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Peziza tenacella
Savic Dragisa, 19-07-2018 13:29
I think this is Peziza tenacella, the ornamentation is seen but faintly. The only thing that does not match is the inamyloid asci. Is that normal? because I read that they are amyloid. It was found in Serbia, deciduous forest, on the ground (not burned place).
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Till Lohmeyer, 19-07-2018 13:59
Re : Peziza tenacella
Hi, Savic -

to me it looks like an Otidea spec. (alutacea?). Otidea has inamyloid asci and spores as shown on your photo. Furthermore, the shape of the apothecia is typical.

Regards, Till
Savic Dragisa, 19-07-2018 14:10
Re : Peziza tenacella
Oops, you're right. I did not even think about the genus Otidea. I've analyzed a lot of Pezizas these days. Thank you.
Nicolas VAN VOOREN, 19-07-2018 22:09
Re : Peziza tenacella
Yes, Otidea alutacea aggr. The spore shape is typical.