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Yellow disc on Quercus
Marc Detollenaere, 19-09-2018 23:11
Marc Detollenaere

Good evening everybody,


This afternoon we found some small yellow discs with dentate margin on leaves of Quercus.


The asci were cylindrical, thick walled, 120x14µ, 8-spored and IKI pos. Paraphyses were filiform and contained long refractive vacuoles. Spores measured 20-22x6-7µ and had 2 large guttules.The outer excipulum consisted of textura angularis.


I think it is something of the subfamily Dermateoideae.


Someone could help me further?

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Hans-Otto Baral, 20-09-2018 07:29
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Yellow disc on Quercus
This looks much like Phaeohelotium epiphyllum (= Hymenosc. e.)
Marc Detollenaere, 20-09-2018 09:52
Marc Detollenaere
Re : Yellow disc on Quercus

Zotto;


You are right I have been misleaded by the general key in Nordic Macromycetes where the slightly brown excipulum and the angular cells brought me to the Dermateaceae.


But all the typical features of P epiphyllum were present including the reddening after damaging


Thanks


Marc