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Helvella sp. ?
VASILEIOS KAOUNAS, 28-02-2008 08:08
Hello! Who is the following type? Helvella leucomelaena ???
It was found in forest Pinus halepensis and pistacia lentiscus.
In the region Schinias-Attiki-Greece, 25-2-08
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VASILEIOS KAOUNAS, 28-02-2008 08:10
Re:Helvella sp. ?
The dimensions spores are 21,5-23,5*13,8-15,0 Q= 1,6
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VASILEIOS KAOUNAS, 28-02-2008 08:13
Re:Helvella sp. ?
Also in the same region I found also the below type.
Can him recognize?
Helvella lacunosa or sulcata???
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Nicolas VAN VOOREN, 28-02-2008 08:13
Re:Helvella sp. ?
Yes, no problem for the first species.
Nicolas VAN VOOREN, 28-02-2008 08:15
Re:Helvella sp. ?
For the second one, please give us microscopic features (spore size, spore shape, etc.).
VASILEIOS KAOUNAS, 28-02-2008 08:15
Re:Helvella sp. ?
The dimensions spores are 20,2-22,1*11,7-12,4 ìm Q=1,6-1,9

I a lot thank for the comprehension and your help.
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Mario Filippa, 28-02-2008 14:52
Re:Helvella sp. ?
The second species may be Helvella juniperi. The macroscopical appearance is similar to Helvella lacunosa, but normally the ribs of the stipe have blunt edges. The spores longer than 20-21 microns and in good proportion subcylindrical are also typical. You should control the ectal excipulum in a thin section. The ectal excipulum in H. juniperi is thick about 200 microns and made up of chains of inflate cells; in H. lacunosa is thinner (80-120) and with the terminal cells +- clavate and bigger than others.