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Mollisioid fungus on cyperaceae
Enrique Rubio, 14-07-2016 20:34
Enrique Rubio

Hi again


This fungus was found at the base of Carex sp. at 1700 m of altitude. Only six sessile apothecia, 0.4-20 mm in diam. over a well developped brownish subiculum. It has a mollisioid facies but the paraphyses have not refractive VBs and the asci are 4-8 spored. I think it is near to 'hemimollisia goldersbach! (Baral's Cubby) but the asci are shorter, the pore IKI rb, and it has less fusoid, shorter ascospores.


By the other hand I feel this fungus could be close to Dennisiodiscus


What do you think?


Thanks again

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Hans-Otto Baral, 14-07-2016 20:59
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Mollisioid fungus on cyperaceae
Great! Indeed I also suppose this is a Dennisiodiscus. It differs from D. prasinus in partly 8-spored asci, rather uncurved spores with obtuse ends, and lack of reddish pigment in the marginal hyphae.

I measured the spores as (10.5-)13.5-18(-20) x 3-4 µm. You din't see the anamorph?
Enrique Rubio, 14-07-2016 21:15
Enrique Rubio
Re : Mollisioid fungus on cyperaceae
No, Zotto. I didn't see the anamorph. Do you want these pics at higher resolution?