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Nicolas VAN VOOREN Nicolas VAN VOOREN

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Marc Detollenaere Marc Detollenaere

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Marc Detollenaere Marc Detollenaere

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Chris Yeates Chris Yeates

Bonjour tous Normally I steer clear of this daunt

18-09-2018 14:10

Savic Dragisa

Is this Pachyella punctispora? I found it on a dam

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probably Hilberina moseri
Riet van Oosten, 08-03-2018 11:46
Riet van OostenHello,

On the same branch as mentioned in my topic "Chaetosphaeria?" 05-03-2018, hidden under the moss.
Not the anamorph I was looking for ....

Found by a friend (March 2018, Netherlands).
Spores 1-3 septate, 41.8-50.0 x 4.6-5.0 µm.
Hilberina?

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Andrew N. Miller, 08-03-2018 16:00
Andrew N. Miller
Re : Hilberina?
Lasiosphaeris hirsuta, which is suppose to have hyaline, aseptate ascospores, but they can become pale brown and septate at times.  This species represents a complex of several cryptic species with similar morphology.

Andy
Jacques Fournier, 08-03-2018 16:22
Jacques Fournier
Re : Hilberina?
Hi,
I sometimes find a very similar fungus that I call Hilberina moseri, but with reservations because this species is not well-documented. The microscopic structure of the ascomatal wall would be helpful for comparison with similar species.
Best,
jacques
Riet van Oosten, 08-03-2018 18:20
Riet van Oosten
Re : Hilberina?
Dear Andrew and Jacques,

Thank you very much for your help and explanation!
I had only two ascocarps, no material left. 

Best wishes,
Riet
Bernard Declercq, 09-03-2018 10:30
Bernard Declercq
Re : Hilberina? => Lasiosphaeris hirsuta
Hi Riet,

I agree with Jacques.
Can you be more specific about the substrate?

Bernard
Andrew N. Miller, 09-03-2018 15:37
Andrew N. Miller
Re : Hilberina? => Lasiosphaeris hirsuta
Dear Riet,

  It looks like you have ample material.  Would you be willing to send me the specimen so I can sequence it from the ascomata?  DNA will tell us what this is... ;o)

Cheers,
Andy
Riet van Oosten, 09-03-2018 19:06
Riet van Oosten
Re : Hilberina? => Lasiosphaeris hirsuta
Dear Bernard and Andrew,

Hopefully my friend will tell me soon more about the substrate.
I'm so sorry, I had only 2 ascocarps of this species ...., they were hidden under the mosses.

Best regards,
Riet



Riet van Oosten, 09-03-2018 20:43
Riet van Oosten
Re : Hilberina? Lasiosphaeris hirsuta?
Just got a message, the substrate is poplar (dead wood).

Riet
Andrew N. Miller, 09-03-2018 23:01
Andrew N. Miller
Re : Hilberina? Lasiosphaeris hirsuta?
Then, this is probably H. moseri.  L. hirsuta grows in great abundance.  What are the other black dots to the left of the moss in the first photo?

Andy
Riet van Oosten, 10-03-2018 09:39
Riet van Oosten
Re : Hilberina? Lasiosphaeris hirsuta?
Great news! 
Thank you all for your help!

Tried to make pictures of the microscopic structure of the ascomatal wall .....

The other black dots are a ?
http://www.ascofrance.com/forum/52590/chaetosphaeria

Riet
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