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Mollisia ?
Castillo Joseba, 03-07-2016 15:45
Castillo Josebaen madera de fagus



saludos
Joseba
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Pol Debaenst, 04-07-2016 00:10
Re : Mollisia ?
Hello Joseba
This is Chlorociboria, two species are rather similar.
Ellis & Ellis (1997): C. aeruginascens, spores 6-8 x 1-1,5 µm and C. aeruginosa, spores 10-14 x 1,5-2,5 µm.
Good noght.
Pol
Enrique Rubio, 04-07-2016 21:00
Enrique Rubio
Re : Mollisia ?

Hi to both


I don't think this fungus is a Chlorociboria because the very refractive VBs of the paraphyses are talking us of a Mollisia species.

Andreas Gminder, 05-07-2016 03:16
Andreas Gminder
Re : Mollisia ?

Hello,


very probably Mollisia olivascens (= Haglundia perelegans).


You should check the KOH reaction of the paraphyse vacuoles - it should be yellow.


best regards,
Andreas

Joey JTan, 05-07-2016 05:07
Re : Mollisia ?
What is the diameter of the mature apothecia?
Andreas Gminder, 05-07-2016 05:13
Andreas Gminder
Re : Mollisia ?

Hi Joey,


did you see the multicellular hairs in foto 5, bottom left and right? They look like "Haglundia".
And the apothecia have a kind of "tough" appearance unlike "normal" Mollisia but as I know it form Mollisia olivascens and elegantior.


B.t.w. I had M. elegantior 7 days ago in a nature reserve on a lying rotten Fagus stem, decaying since 26 years (thrown by a storm in 1990).


best regards,
Andreas

Joey JTan, 05-07-2016 19:23
Re : Mollisia ?
Yes it certainly looks "Haglundia"-like; I've never seen these species in person before and they look quite large and robust compared to other Mollisia.
Castillo Joseba, 06-07-2016 08:46
Castillo Joseba
Re : Mollisia ?
si que reacciona al amarillo con KOH 3%


Saludos
Joseba
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