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18-03-2019 12:06

Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

Hi to everybodyThese minute, white, sessile, pruin

18-03-2019 11:32

Peter Püwert Peter Püwert

Hi all, here I find no solution. Apos max. 1 x o,

17-03-2019 22:26

Ethan Crenson

Found yesterday in New York City.  Substrate is a

11-03-2019 14:02

Elisabeth Stöckli

 Bonjour, Récolté sur branche morte de lierre

17-03-2019 22:36

Joop van der Lee

Found on deer dung.Disk: White later brown when ov

17-03-2019 21:38

Ethan Crenson

Hello all, In New York City yesterday I came acro

17-03-2019 10:12

Pintos Angel Pintos Angel

Good morning,  has anybody information about Nect

17-03-2019 13:54

peter peperkamp

can  someone give me a hint ? on  pinus cone

17-03-2019 12:12

Thomas Læssøe

A very tiny disco accompanied by Venturiocistella

16-03-2019 21:18

Thorben Hülsewig

Hi there, some days ago i found on bark from Malu

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Georges Greiff, 19-06-2018 09:34
Found on rotting twigs in wet woodland.

Fruits whitish. about 1.5mm tall and varying in width to about 8mm at the largest. Ascospores approx. 18.2 x 5 microns. Paraphyses seem simple, aseptate, 2.5 wide. Frogot to write down dimensions of asci.. Not a very good description but I was wondering if somebody knows the species as many small ascomycetes have not been documented in my area (Isle of Wight, S England). I thought H. caudatus but the spores do not look right for that.
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Hans-Otto Baral, 19-06-2018 09:44
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Hymenoscyphus?
Dear Georges

are you sure wth a twig or could it be a petiole? This is H. fraxineus, in case the asci arise from croziers, or less probably H. albidus (without croziers).

Rarely H. fraxineus occurs on branches, I made a collection recently, but it was immature (see below). Characteristic is the black base and blackened substrate. In the stipe base occur crystals in these two species.

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Georges Greiff, 19-06-2018 09:54
Re : Hymenoscyphus?
It looked like small twigs but I suppose it could be petioles, which would make more sense. Thank you for your help here - I will see if I can get anywhere finding croziers.