28-04-2017 20:14Till Lohmeyer
Hi, ascofriendsdoes anybody have access to the fol
19-04-2017 19:09Spooren Marco
Hello,Does anyone has a PDF of :Kutorga, E & H
19-04-2017 15:26Gernot Friebes
Hi again,here is another fungus that puzzles me a
23-04-2017 21:26BERNARD CLESSE
Bonsoir à tous,Voici ce que je pense être Cistel
26-04-2017 12:34Castillo Joseba
Alguien usa o ha usado Xylol para la limpiez
15-03-2017 08:41Castillo Joseba
En madera de RetamaNo tengo ni idea de por donde m
25-04-2017 20:54Enrique Rubio
Hi to allThis fungus was collected at Somiedo (135
25-04-2017 18:43Blasco Rafael
Hola a ver si me pueden ayudar con esta muestra mu
23-04-2017 21:10Rubén Martínez Gil
Hola a todos. Pongo unas fotos de un asco que enc
14-04-2017 15:32Rubén Martínez Gil
Hola a todos. Subo unas fotos de una Scutellinia
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I want to introduce a nice Asco (from which I think it should be a Hyaloscypha ->upated). Hoping that you know more then me.
thank you - now I will look foreward.
"Svrcek (1958: 227) has described a species Lachnum pseudocorticale with elongated-fusoid spores measuring 13-19(20)x3-3,5 µm and rarely becoming 2-4-celled. The asci are said to be 80-110x6,5-7,5 µm. It is probably a good species belonging to L. variegatum series, but without any material seen I can make no taxonomic judgement."
A list of findings in Alpi Marittime natural park
names Lasiobelonium pseudocorticale (Svreck) Baral
So anywhere I think, H.O.Baral made the correction to include Svrcek's Lachnum pseudocorticale in the Genus Lasiobelonium.
Index Fungorum has no report of Lasiobelonium pseudocorticale.
I think, my M170410-04 from Austria, Wienerwald, a mountain called Anninger, on Fraxinus excelsior fits very well to Lasiobelonium pseudocorticale.
If I understand correctly your find was on Fraxinus?
Svrcek's typus is described from Picea excelsa, indeed. But his spec. nov. he calls Lachnum pseudocorticale, not Lasiobelonium corticale.
Svrcek mentions findings of this Lachnum corticale not only from Picea excelsa, but
also from Fraxinus excelsior (Morawa) and Salix stump or burnt wood*) from Czech Republik near Praha.
*) as I understand the original description:
na d?ev? vrbového nebo jasanového pa?ezu u potoka v údolí pod Zadní Kopaninou u Prahy.
Learning from Zotto, I have doupt, to beliefe in one and the same species growing on coniferous wood and broadleaved wood.
Your link to the species from Madiera may show a different species.
So, I did not come to an end with my M170410-04, definatively.
I think your species is not L. pseudocorticale. I know this from Abies wood in the "Schwäbischer Wald" as well as from Croatia. All my finds were from still quite hard, wet wood lying in rivulets. If you want I can send you pictures of this.
Viele Grüße von Lothar