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Ascobolus cf boudieri
Marc Detollenaere, 28-03-2018 19:54
Marc Detollenaere

Good evening everyone,


On dung of deer I found a small Ascobolus barrel-shaped, with a light yellow colour ,asci of about 95x16µ and warted ellipsoid spores of about 24x10.5µ. A part of the excipulum had a brown colour.


Spores seemed to large for hawaiiensis. Following the key in Van Brummelen I arrived at boudieri


 


Marc

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Enrique Rubio, 28-03-2018 20:00
Enrique Rubio
Re : Ascobolus cf boudieri
Hi Marc
I think it is nearest to A. hawaiensis
Michel Delpont, 28-03-2018 20:54
Michel Delpont
Re : Ascobolus cf boudieri
Hello Marc!

I am also thinking of A.hawaiiensis.

Michel.
Marc Detollenaere, 28-03-2018 22:44
Marc Detollenaere
Re : Ascobolus cf boudieri

Hello Enrique and Michel,


The large warts are indeed an argument pro hawaiiensis, but following Doveri and Van Brummelen the spores are too large (max 20.5-21µ) and the brown excipulum should also point towards boudieri ( key Van Brummelen 1967, 67-68).


Are the warts the most important element?