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Thorben Hülsewig

Hi there, i found this asco on 25.09.2020 on a Fa

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Can I ask for opinions on this Scutellinia.Small g

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Joop van der Lee Joop van der Lee

Found on horse dung.Not directly recognized as a P

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Peziza aff infuscata
Miguel Ángel Ribes, 18-03-2011 11:14
Miguel Ãngel RibesGood morning again

I have some Pezizas not identified, I think it is a very variable and difficult group and I always have doubt.

Here I have a complet description, it is from Tenerife: http://www.micobotanicajaen.com/Revista/Articulos/MARibesR/Tenerife005/Peziza%20aff%20infuscata%20261208%2023.pdf

Thank you

Miguel Á. Ribes
René Dougoud, 18-03-2011 17:45
Re:Peziza aff infuscata
Cher Collègue,

Je ne pense pas P infuscata, les ascospores de cette espèce étant biguttulées. Je pense qu'il peut s'agir de P. succosella. Il faut contrôler la base des asques, qui sont sans crochet chez P. succosella.

Cordialement

René
Miguel Ángel Ribes, 21-03-2011 11:14
Miguel Ãngel Ribes
Re:Peziza aff infuscata
Ufff, very difficult to separate P. succosa from P. succosella. The most important detail to separate boths is .....¿?

Thank you