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16-02-2019 17:02

Per Marstad Per Marstad

I found this on desiduous wood, in Norway.Diameter

15-02-2019 20:44

Edvin Johannesen Edvin Johannesen

Hi! These black, semi-immersed/erumpent apothecio

16-02-2019 11:02

Riet van Oosten Riet van Oosten

Hello, Found by a mushroomfriend on dead stem of

15-02-2019 20:32

BERNARD CLESSE BERNARD CLESSE

Pouvez-vous m'aider à identifier ce Rutstroemia (

11-02-2019 12:32

Stephen Mifsud Stephen Mifsud

Can this be identified from the macro-photos alone

15-02-2019 11:03

Edvin Johannesen Edvin Johannesen

Hello! Can anyone tell me how to distinguish Nect

12-02-2019 15:49

Martzuku Eleni

In decaying leaves of castanea and olive tree and

14-02-2019 22:15

Salvador Tello

Hola.Este hongo lo recogí en agosto del 2018 en S

14-02-2019 22:32

Ethan Crenson

I found these minute black apothecioid ascos on ba

14-02-2019 21:00

Patrice TANCHAUD

Bonsoir, sur cône d'épicéa. Apothécie 250 µm

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Lamprospora
Blasco Rafael, 01-07-2018 08:03
Blasco RafaelHola, he recogido esta pequeña lamprospora sobre musgos y pienso sea L. miniata var. retisbonensis, es lo mas parecido que encuentro a la muestra, que les parece??
diametro entre 1,5 y 2 mm
ascas 170--200 x 20--21
J -  , Crozier no vistos
esporas diametro 17--18 con reticulo
parafisis rectas , apice un poco mas grueso x6--x7

Un saludo
Rafael
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Peter Püwert, 01-07-2018 10:54
Peter Püwert
Re : Lamprospora
Hi Rafael,
I would see this also so. Do you know this website?


Greetings Peter.
Blasco Rafael, 01-07-2018 11:53
Blasco Rafael
Re : Lamprospora
Gracias Pedro
No la conocia, la reviso a ver si llego a alguna conclusion
Rafael
Jan Eckstein, 06-07-2018 21:40
Re : Lamprospora
Dear Rafael,

the host moss is crucial in this group. The big moss seems to be Encalypta vulgaris and there is also an small one. Please check the 'Encalypta' because Tortula subulata can be superfically similar. Most likely Encalypta is the host. In this case, your Lamprospora belongs to L. miniata s.l. However, this is a complex species with some undescibed taxa. The neotype of L. minita has Pottia intermedia as host, but samples on Encalypa are not uncommon in calcarous areas in Germany.

With best wishes

Jan
Blasco Rafael, 09-07-2018 16:45
Blasco Rafael
Re : Lamprospora
Gracias Jan
El proximo fin de semana le realizare fotos mas detalladas al musgo, para tratar de identificarlo
Un saludo
Rafael