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21-09-2018 23:44

Edouard Evangelisti Edouard Evangelisti

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Marc Detollenaere Marc Detollenaere

Dear forum, Yesterday I found setous fruit bodies

21-09-2018 15:10

Johan Myhrer

Central sweden in a marsh by a shallow lake I foun

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Vasileios Kaounas Vasileios Kaounas

At the moment I do not have enough data.Just a fri

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Jacky Launoy

On moose dung (Alces alces) collected in Sweden (P

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Nicolas VAN VOOREN Nicolas VAN VOOREN

Bonjour.Je cherche une version digitale de ce docu

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Marc Detollenaere Marc Detollenaere

Good evening everybody, This afternoon we found s

14-09-2018 21:14

Marc Detollenaere Marc Detollenaere

Hello forum, On rabbit dung I discovered a number

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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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Tricharina gilva ?
Vasileios Kaounas, 10-03-2018 10:52
Vasileios KaounasFound 09-03-18, in a burned forest of Pinus halepensis.
Dimensions 3-6 mm
Asci (127.7) 134.2 - 153.2 (154.6) × (9.2) 9.8 - 13 (13.7) µm

spores (13.3) 13.9 - 15.3 (16.6) × (7.9) 8.4 - 9.2 (9.3) µm
Q = (1.5) 1.53 - 1.8 (1.9) ; N = 21
Me = 14.6 × 8.7 µm ; Qe = 1.7

thickness paraphyses of the top 2-2,5 ?m

hairs 80-115 x 2-5 ?m
Peter Püwert, 10-03-2018 11:19
Peter Püwert
Re : Tricharina gilva ?
Hi Vasileios,
I have sent You two articles about Tricharina.
Greetings Peter.
Uwe Lindemann, 10-03-2018 17:07
Uwe Lindemann
Re : Tricharina gilva ?
Hi Vasileios,
do you have pictures of the spores in higher resolution (1000 x oil immersion)? The shape and content of the spores are very important for an id.
Best, Uwe
Vasileios Kaounas, 13-03-2018 08:14
Vasileios Kaounas
Re : Tricharina gilva ?
Thank you very much for the directive Uwe !!!
Uwe Lindemann, 13-03-2018 10:27
Uwe Lindemann
Re : Tricharina gilva ?
Hi Vasileios,
the spores are typical for Ascorhizoctonia (formely: Tricharina) praecox. The ecology ("in a burned forest of Pinus halepens" as you wrote ) fits also well.
Best, Uwe
Nicolas VAN VOOREN, 16-03-2018 18:52
Nicolas VAN VOOREN
Re : Tricharina gilva ?
yes, no doubt  ;)