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Bionectriaceae on Urtica dioica stems
Enrique Rubio, 01-06-2016 20:29
Enrique RubioCould this fungus be an Ijuhya species that I have not found in fresh keys of the genus?

It grew on Urtica dioica old stems and it has striate ascospores. Sorry but I like so much my fingers for to try to cut it!

Thanks again

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Christian Lechat, 02-06-2016 07:26
Christian Lechat
Re : Bionectriaceae on Urtica dioica stems
Hi Enrique,
it could be Ijuhya, could you check if the hairs are from the base of ascomata or from the cells  of ascomatal wall at upper margin?