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Scutellinia sp.?
Martzuku Eleni, 10-02-2019 20:12
Under olive tree, near burnt ground. Small, up to 1,5 cm, with short, septated hair.
Spores: (17) 17.4 - 19.28 (19.3) × (12.8) 12.83 - 13.9 (14) µm
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Martzuku Eleni, 10-02-2019 20:19
Re : Scutellinia sp.?
Septated hair
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Martzuku Eleni, 10-02-2019 20:21
Re : Scutellinia sp.?
Asci
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Nicolas VAN VOOREN, 10-02-2019 20:51
Nicolas VAN VOOREN
Re : Scutellinia sp.?
To help you, we need:
- hair length
- type of hair base (simple, forked...)
- size of mature spores (from a spore print)
- spore ornamentation (in cotton blue)
Martzuku Eleni, 10-02-2019 21:06
Re : Scutellinia sp.?
The measurment [(17) 17.4 - 19.28 (19.3) × (12.8) 12.83 - 13.9 (14) µm]
is from spore print.
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Hair length and type of hair base tomorrow (I have to calibrate my micrescope for so big lengths :-)

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Martzuku Eleni, 11-02-2019 01:25
Re : Scutellinia sp.?
The root is single (I found only 1-2 hair with forked root), and the longest hairs are about 550-600µm (there were only 2-3 longer, up to 700µm)
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Malcolm Greaves, 11-02-2019 17:44
Malcolm  Greaves
Re : Scutellinia sp.?
I think you could be looking at S umbrorum but we need to see the ornamentation of more ejected spores.