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Eutypa-like on Ulex europaeus
Enrique Rubio, 15-01-2021 20:43
Enrique RubioThis pyrenomycete grew inconspicuously on Ulex wood at an altitude of 400 m. The necks are relatively long and furrowed and the spores recurved but smaller and less recurved than expected for Eutypa crustata.
Maybe Peroneutypa obesa?
Do you have any ideas that can help me?
Thanks again
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Jacques Fournier, 15-01-2021 22:21
Jacques Fournier
Re : Eutypa-like on Ulex europaeus
Hola Enrique,

again a strange fungus!

Peroneutypa is indeed the most suitable genus.

I would not suggest P. obesa that has pulvinate stromata with massive white to brown entostroma and long and more cylindrical ostioles; ascospores are also more strongly curved and thicker,occasionally circular.

Compare it to Rappaz' description of P. curvispora, known from Bolivia but also collected once in Martinique. If it does not fit well, it might be new.

Good luck!

Enrique Rubio, 18-01-2021 14:11
Enrique Rubio
Re : Eutypa-like on Ulex europaeus
Dear Jacques
Thank you again for your quick and wise response. I had already contemplated Peroneutypa curvispora, but Rappaz's microscopic description does not seem to coincide so much in the dimensions of the pars sporifera of the asci as in the spores themselves.
Best regards