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Fungi on decorticated wood.
Per Marstad, 23-12-2017 10:57
Per MarstadCa. 1 mm in diam. with hair.
Hair incrusted, 5 my in diam.
Sp. 11-12 x 8-9.
No asci.
Growing on a hammer-shaft.
I will be glad to have a name.
Per
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Björn Wergen, 23-12-2017 12:11
Björn Wergen
Re : Fungi on decorticated wood.
Hi Per,

this one belongs to Chaetomiaceae, perhaps Chaetomium itself, species which are commonly found on dung, but also on plant debris of different sort. Maybe you can look for the asci, which are inconspicuous and (for Sordariomycetes) untypically ellipsoid/globose shaped. If you do not find them your collection can be too old. 

I would propose Chaetomium elatum, which should have lemon shaped subapiculate spores of 11-13x8,5-9,5µm and dichotomously branched hairs (according to Ames 1963).

Regards,Björn
Per Marstad, 23-12-2017 15:57
Per Marstad
Re : Fungi on decorticated wood.
Hello Bjørn.
Thank you for information.
The spores and hair fit well with my fungus.
There is little information on the internet.
Per.
Chris Yeates, 23-12-2017 18:25
Chris Yeates
Re : Fungi on decorticated wood.
Hi
for a start you can download http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0166061616300197 as a PDF . . . 
best wishes
Chris