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Bombardia sp. from Fraxinus wood
Alex Akulov, 01-01-2011 12:12
Alex AkulovDear Friends
Happy New year to all!
Today I found an interesting sample of Bombardia (similar with B. fasciculata, = B. bombarda). Unfortunately, the spores dimensions referred to this species in Ellis and Ellis book does not fit my sample. The other literature on this genus, I have not. Maybe someone knows the species with such parameters?

The sample was collected on the heavily rotten trunk of Fraxinus excelsior together with Tommentella sp. in December 2 in Ukraine.

Grateful before,
Alex Akulov, 01-01-2011 12:13
Alex Akulov
Re:Bombardia sp. from Fraxinus wood
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Christian Lechat, 01-01-2011 12:24
Christian Lechat
Re:Bombardia sp. from Fraxinus wood
Hi Alex,
maybe Cercophora caudata? it would be necessary to see perithecia.
Alex Akulov, 01-01-2011 13:22
Alex Akulov
Re:Bombardia sp. from Fraxinus wood
Dear Christian
Yes, my sample really is similar with Cercophora caudata well. To test this I will need detailed literature on Cercophora, which is stored at my workplace at the university. Unfortunately, I do not have the article of Hilber & Hilber (Zeitschrift fur Mykologie 45 (2) :209-233. 1979). Have you got this paper?

Perithecia on my sample are old with a partially collapsed walls. In addition, they are almost completely submerged in the subiculum of Tommentella. There are black, with dark protuberant necks, but I see not setae.

Thank you for help!