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24-02-2018 08:12

Blasco Rafael Blasco Rafael

Hola necesito de su ayuda para conocer esta especi

24-02-2018 19:51

Riet van Oosten Riet van Oosten

Hello, Found by a friend: february 2018.On: dead

10-02-2018 19:05

Yves Deneyer Yves Deneyer

Les exemplaires ne sont probablement encore compl

23-02-2018 23:35

Valencia Lopez Francisco Javier

Hola a todos/asTengo estos pequeños ascos, recole

23-02-2018 17:58

Andrew N. Miller Andrew N. Miller

Do you recognize this conidium?  Anything close t

23-02-2018 13:48

Garcia Susana

Hola:Encontrado sobre madera de planifolio.Son per

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Riet van Oosten Riet van Oosten

Hello,Found by a friend: february 2018.On: Ribes n

22-02-2018 21:56


Bonsoir,apothécies 1-3 cm, spores 16-17 x 7,8-8,5

22-02-2018 20:07


Bonsoir,spores 16-17 x 7,8-8,5 µm. Il y a de quoi

22-02-2018 12:43

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Synnemata on Russula
Alain GARDIENNET, 04-10-2017 20:05

Hi forum,

I can't identify this hyphomycete on old black Russula.

White synnemata less than 1mm, with subglobose conidial mass,  producing ciliate hyalin aseptate conidia, 6-7 x 2 µm, with 4-11 µm long appendages .


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Jason Karakehian, 04-10-2017 20:43
Jason Karakehian
Re : Synnemata on Russula
Those are some really good photos. I wonder though if they aren't pycnidia? It looks like the masses of conidia are emerging from a peridium of hyaline tissue?
Jacques Fournier, 05-10-2017 10:07
Jacques Fournier
Re : Synnemata on Russula
salut Alain,
je pense que Jason a raison. Un synnema est porté par un stipe, souvent long, constitué d'hyphes en palissade qui se différencient en cellules conidiogènes au sommet.
Il faudrait voir aussi à quoi ressemblent les cellules conidiogènes, qui se trouvent peut-être à la base de la pycnide.
Une coupe longitudinale de la pycnide s'impose! ça t'apprendra à lorgner les Russules!
Amuse toi bien,
Jason Karakehian, 05-10-2017 14:39
Jason Karakehian
Re : Synnemata on Russula
Yes. Determining what type of conidiomata you have will direct you to literature specific to that type. For instance, when we have pycnidia or acervuli we can turn to Sutton's The Coelomycetes. Fungi imperfecti with pycnidia, acervuli and stromata. 1980. Best - J
Alain GARDIENNET, 06-10-2017 07:32
Re : Synnemata on Russula


I only find time to answer.

I will do again new microscopy, probably on sunday. I can show you now another picture corresponding probably to the top of synnemata-like.



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Spooren Marco, 08-10-2017 11:35
Spooren Marco
Re : Synnemata on Russula
Hello Alain,

I do not have a speciesname for you,but the synnemateous fungi, the genera, are nice3ly discribed in "Genera of hyphomycetes ", from Seifert and Gams  and so.


Hermann Voglmayr, 09-10-2017 18:07
Hermann Voglmayr
Re : Synnemata on Russula
Hi Alain,
look at Eleutheromyces subulatus. Grows, amongst others, on Russula and blackens the basidiomata.
Alain GARDIENNET, 10-10-2017 21:52
Re : Synnemata on Russula

and the winner is... Hermann ! Congratulations.

Here are cells of conidiomata wall.

Thank you to all, especially to Hermann, of course.


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