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doc nectriella
Alain GARDIENNET, 07-01-2011 18:24
Alain GARDIENNETBonjour,
quelqu'un aurait-il ces quelques pages ?

Author(s): Lowen, R.
Title: Two new species of Nectriella and an Acremonium anamorph.
Journal: Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden
Volume: 49
Page(s): 243-252
Year: 1989
Publisher: New York Botanical Garden

Christian Lechat, 07-01-2011 19:13
Christian Lechat
Re:doc nectriella
cest parti en privé
Gary Samuels, 07-01-2011 19:42
Re:doc nectriella
I can scan the pages and send them to you next week.

Alain GARDIENNET, 08-01-2011 01:16
Re:doc nectriella
Thanks Gary, Christian has sent them to me.
Alain GARDIENNET, 08-01-2011 23:27
Re:doc nectriella
Trichonectria anisospora (Lowen) Van den Boom & Diederich = Nectriella anisospora Lowen is in the database now.
Martin Bemmann, 09-01-2011 00:23
Martin Bemmann
Re:doc nectriella
Very encouraging to search for lichenicolous species!


lowen roz, 16-01-2011 17:25
Re:doc nectriella
The name Nectriella anisospora was changed to Pronectria anisospora in Mycotaxon 39:461, 1990.
Index fungorum accepts Pronectria anisospora as the current name.

Alain GARDIENNET, 16-01-2011 20:47
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Dear Roz,
Nectriella anisospora is an old synonym, OK. I've read your article "New combinations in Pronectria" in Mycotaxon XXXIX.
But I've also seen in Mycobank, that obligate synonym for it is Trichonectria anisospora even if people use the name Pronectria. What about it ?
I've a second recolt of that very nice fungus. In same conditions : on Hypogymnia physodes on Prunus spinosa with Evernia prunastri. Perhaps, it's not rare.
lowen roz, 17-01-2011 02:39
Re:doc nectriella
I suspect that Trichonectria or Pronectria anisospora is not rare, but is hard to find because it is immersed in the substrate. If your collection is fresh, try to isolate ascospores and see if you can grow the anamorph. The anamorph is an interesting species of Acremonium.
Alain GARDIENNET, 17-01-2011 08:10
Re:doc nectriella
Yes, I also think it's not rare.
I've sent to Christianfor culture.
Here is a photo of ascomatagoing through out of the lichen.
Thanks for your answer.
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Pascal RIBOLLET, 24-01-2011 13:48
Re:doc nectriella
I confirm t's not a rare species, at least in my area (Nantes, west France). I've found it 3 times last year, on Hypogymnia physodes also