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Diatrypella tocciaeana
Enrique Rubio, 06-01-2010 18:49
Enrique RubioDear friends:
Is Diatrypella tocciaeana on Alnus bark a good species actually? I can see that the Index Fungorum sinonimize it with D. favacea, but I believe to see very differences with it.
Mny thanks¡
Enrique
Enrique Rubio, 06-01-2010 19:27
Enrique Rubio
Re:Diatrypella tocciaeana
My collection on Alnus glutinosa bark
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Enrique Rubio, 06-01-2010 19:27
Enrique Rubio
Re:Diatrypella tocciaeana
Spores longer than D. favacea
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Enrique Rubio, 06-01-2010 19:28
Enrique Rubio
Re:Diatrypella tocciaeana
Asci polysporous
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Jacques Fournier, 06-01-2010 20:32
Jacques Fournier
Re:Diatrypella tocciaeana
Enrique;
I agree it is troublesome but since Croxall revised the genus (1950) the situation did not evolve. Based on microscopic and cultural data he synonymized several taxa with D. favacea, regardless of differences in the morphology of stromata he considered related to the texture of host bark.
This should be reevaluated with modern tools but Diatrypaceae is not trendy!
But if you gather enough data supporting the splitting of D. favacea, things may change!
Best wishes,
Jacques
Enrique Rubio, 07-01-2010 17:09
Enrique Rubio
Re:Diatrypella tocciaeana
Many thanks for your advices, Jacques.
The time will say some thing to us...
Enrique