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14-08-2022 18:08

Edvin Johannesen Edvin Johannesen

Found on deciduous wood (probably Betula) in subal

14-08-2022 15:50

Zuzana Sochorová (Egertová) Zuzana Sochorová (Egertová)

Hello,this Orbilia grew on a strongly rotten branc

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Stephen Mifsud Stephen Mifsud

I assumed these are weak colonies of Neurospora on

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Pierre-Yves Julien

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Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

I can find no suitable answer for this white Bryos

11-08-2022 00:45

Stefan Jakobsson

On a thin deciduous stick (Salix/Alnus/Betula) on

10-08-2022 18:45

François Bartholomeeusen

Good evening all, On 5 August 2022, a friend gave

11-08-2022 08:16

Josep Torres Josep Torres

Hola.Un muy diminuto Pirenomyceto sobre un tronco

10-08-2022 09:11

Josep Torres Josep Torres

Hola.Un Piremomyceto recogido este pasado domingo

09-08-2022 20:06

Stephen Mifsud Stephen Mifsud

I have found an interesting aspergillus on flowers

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Brunnipila on woody ericaceous host
Enrique Rubio, 10-08-2016 10:29
Enrique Rubio

Hi again

The brownish hairs of these narrowly sessile apothecia are sepate, granulate, with crystal drusses at their tips, so I think it could belong to the genus Brunnipila. But I don't find a taxon that fits well with my collection, because the asci are IKI rb and don't have croziers at their bases. The paraphyses are broadly lanceolate and exceed the hymenium level.

This fungus grew on subalpine environnement (1700 m) on a decorticated branch of an ericaceous plant, maybe Geista florida.

Have you some ides for me?

Thanks again

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Enrique Rubio, 10-08-2016 16:47
Enrique Rubio
Re : Brunnipila on woody ericaceous host
I'm sorry. I wanted to say Erica australis, not Genista (Fabaceae)
Hans-Otto Baral, 11-08-2016 21:27
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Brunnipila on woody ericaceous host
I measured the hairs as at least 120-140 x 4.5-5 µm which is quite long and would fit B. calyculiformis, but that species has croziers.
But there is a sample that has H-:
Brunnipila aff. calyculiformis, 20.VI.2013, by Ruben Martinez Gil, on twigs and leaves of Quercus ilex at 1200 masl in northern Spain, in La Rioja. Ap. up to 1.5 mm, spores 8-12 x 1.5-2.5 µm. Hairs 150-175 µm long.

maybe it is the same.

Forgot to mention B. latebricola on Rhododendron which likewise is H+.

Also a sample as calyculiformis from Collado La Farrapona, on Vitis idaea (?, as Erica), by Jens Petersen was H+.
Enrique Rubio, 12-08-2016 09:41
Enrique Rubio
Re : Brunnipila on woody ericaceous host

Hi Zotto

Certainly Ruben's collection is very close...

Many thanks