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Rutstroemia 5713
Sánchez Leandro, 12-06-2017 16:52
Sánchez LeandroSur Betula, diamètre max 6 mm
Rutstroemia firma ??
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Hans-Otto Baral, 12-06-2017 18:27
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Rutstroemia 5713
Hi Leandro
could be R. alnobetulae. Did you find it at higher altitude?

Important is to look for the ectal excipulum wheather it is gelatinised. Perhaps you have got razor blades?

Sánchez Leandro, 12-06-2017 18:38
Sánchez Leandro
Re : Rutstroemia 5713
Hi Zotto:
This species is from Somiedo, you had in your hands. I don't have material, many days without fridge, but I didn't see excipulum gelatinised
Enrique Rubio, 12-06-2017 18:47
Enrique Rubio
Re : Rutstroemia 5713
Hola Leandro
Lo mejor será que la deseques y si puedes envíamela para estudiarla mejor de lo que lo hicimos en Somiedo.
Sánchez Leandro, 12-06-2017 18:53
Sánchez Leandro
Re : Rutstroemia 5713
Hola Enrique:
Muchos días fuera de casa y aún estando en la nevera portátil el material estaba levemente contaminado y opté por no guardar
Hans-Otto Baral, 12-06-2017 19:16
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Rutstroemia 5713
So it is a pity, I did not have time to study this sample, but from the altitude this is quite probably alnobetulae.