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Hypoxylon multiforme?
VASILEIOS KAOUNAS, 19-09-2008 07:22
What is this? Hypoxylon multiforme? or something else. It was found in rotten wood of fagus.
Spores 10,2-11,6*4,2-5,2 ìm, Q=2,2-2,6
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VASILEIOS KAOUNAS, 19-09-2008 07:32
Re:Hypoxylon multiforme?
Spores foto
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Christian Lechat, 19-09-2008 08:33
Christian Lechat
Re:Hypoxylon multiforme?
Difficult to say with so few elements, but it looks like H. cohaerens.
Jacques Fournier, 19-09-2008 08:48
Jacques Fournier
Re:Hypoxylon multiforme?
Hi Vasileios,
H. cohaerens is specific for Fagus. Otherwise its main difference with H multiforme is the germ slit length on ascospores: short in multiforme, spore-length in cohaerens, best seen in KOH.
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Best wishes,
VASILEIOS KAOUNAS, 19-09-2008 08:52
Re:Hypoxylon multiforme?
Thank you very much for your correspondence
Andrew N. Miller, 19-09-2008 18:08
Andrew N. Miller
Re:Hypoxylon multiforme?
I believe both H. multiforme and H. cohaerens (along with H. truncatum and H. annulatum) have all been transferred to the new genus, Annulohypoxylon by Y.-M. Ju, J.D. Rogers & H.-
M. Hsieh.

Jacques Fournier, 19-09-2008 18:48
Jacques Fournier
Re:Hypoxylon multiforme?
Hi Andy,
you are perfectly right as to the new name Annulohypoxylon but I told Vasileios to visit my website, which has not been updated since this change....names change but fortunately fungi do not much ..