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Cf. Paraleptosphaeria
Bernard Declercq, 10-10-2018 19:04
Bernard DeclercqHi to all,
Collected on branch of Rosa sp. in Switzerland:
Ascomata erumpent, globose, 0.8-0.9 mm diam., solitary to gregarious, blackish, coriaceous, apically ostiolate, roughened wall, with basal setae and numerous anchoring hyphae.
Asci cylindrical, bitunicate, 8-spored, up to 160x10-12 µm.
Spores fusiform, pointed ends, straight to slightly curved, 36-48x5-6.5(7) µm, 1-septate, slightly constricted at the septum, cell swollen close to the middle septum, guttulate, smooth, hyaline, becoming pale brown, finely verruculose and sometimes 3-septate.
Hamathecium of numerous filiform 1-2 µm diam. pseudoparaphyses.
Peridium with dark brown outer layers and hyaline inner layers of textura angularis.

Your help is welcome.

Bernard Declercq
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Mlcoch Patrik, 11-10-2018 11:57
Mlcoch Patrik
Re : Cf. Paraleptosphaeria
Hi, Bernard, 
This is very interesting collection, with Rosa is know only Leptosphaeria hazslinszkii, but it isn´t here. With the genus Paraleptosphaeria this can be only P. praetermissa, which growing on the Rubus and can also growth on another taxa with Rosaceae. Based to morphology of ascospores it belong to Leptosphaeria purpurea group. I don´t have to say, what it is, but I will like take to look on this your collection. Can you send me, please?