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18-09-2020 22:38

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

De esta mañana  en corteza de fagusHe visto unos

18-09-2020 22:49

Marek Capoun Marek Capoun

Hello everybody,I need help with the determination

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Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

Hi to everybodyCould you help me with a pdf copy o

18-09-2020 12:45

Joaquin Martin

Hi,A colleague gave me this Pyrenomycete on Fagus

18-09-2020 09:28

Viktorie Halasu Viktorie Halasu

Hello,this looks like Lophodermium petiolicolum, e

18-09-2020 10:15

Zugna Marino Zugna Marino

Buon giorno a tutti i colleghi.la specie che, a pr

18-09-2020 10:14

Zugna Marino Zugna Marino

Buon giorno a tutti i colleghi.la specie che, a pr

17-09-2020 11:07

Joop van der Lee Joop van der Lee

Normally Pilobolus are found on horse dung but thi

17-09-2020 09:19

Joop van der Lee Joop van der Lee

Found P. oedipus on horse dung yesterday.A perfect

17-09-2020 18:55

Juuso Äikäs

These were growing on a fallen trunk of a decidous

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Grey to olivaceous fungus on rotten wood of Salix
Dmitry Gavryushin, 23-12-2006 19:12
Dec. 14, 2006, town park, Naro-Fominsk, Moscow region, Russia. A single fruitbody, diameter 1.5 to 2 mm, underside light-green.
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Dmitry Gavryushin, 23-12-2006 19:13
Re:Grey to olivaceous fungus on rotten wood of Salix
Spores.
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Dmitry Gavryushin, 23-12-2006 19:16
Re:Grey to olivaceous fungus on rotten wood of Salix
I'm not sure what's this...
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Dmitry Gavryushin, 23-12-2006 19:18
Re:Grey to olivaceous fungus on rotten wood of Salix
A sketch of a portion of a section. Those 'follicles' in the middle were green.
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Perz Piotr, 23-12-2006 19:22
Re:Grey to olivaceous fungus on rotten wood of Salix
Hi Dima :)

Yours fungus is probably a Lichen. "Unknow thing" is probably Picea or Pinus vegetable fleck.

Pimpek
Dmitry Gavryushin, 23-12-2006 19:32
Re:Grey to olivaceous fungus on rotten wood of Salix
Hello Piotr, thanks for your comment - so just as I supposed...
Hans-Otto Baral, 28-12-2006 10:51
Hans-Otto Baral
Re:Grey to olivaceous fungus on rotten wood of Salix
The thee-celled particle is probably a pollen of Pinus which has two lateral air sacks. I confirm Piotrs idea of a lichen. Easy to prove would be to add a bit iodine, then the complete hymenium should react darkest blue or red-brown, unlike any member of Helotiales.
Dmitry Gavryushin, 28-12-2006 12:46
Re:Grey to olivaceous fungus on rotten wood of Salix
Many thanks for your remark Zotto.
Although there was any pine trees around, it's very likely that the specimen was contaminated with pollen from other collected specimens i kept in the same container.
It's a pity that I don't have this specimen anymore and thus am unable to check its reaction with iodine...
Thanks again, and a happy New Year!