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18-04-2019 15:25

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Especimen  con apoterios en forma de disco de col

16-04-2019 15:10

Malcolm  Greaves Malcolm Greaves

HelloCan someone help with this found on a dead/dy

14-04-2019 16:53

Marc Detollenaere Marc Detollenaere

Dear forum, On the bark of Larix I found some som

13-01-2019 21:29

Ethan Crenson

I find this unknown (to me) asco in the same locat

17-04-2019 16:40

Jac Gelderblom

I am looking for Holm & Holm: Lophiostomatacea

16-04-2019 15:09

Thomas Læssøe

Form small pinki cushions on the surface - recall

12-04-2019 14:11

Michel Hairaud Michel Hairaud

Bonjour, Voici une Helotiale manifestement liée

16-04-2019 02:06

Ethan Crenson

Hello, Yesterday in New York City on Pinus strobu

16-04-2019 18:02

Ethan Crenson

I am looking for: Barr, M.E. 1982. On the Pleoma

14-04-2019 14:57

Edvin Johannesen Edvin Johannesen

I am struggling a bit to identify this one. First

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Aleuria aurantia ?
Stephen Mifsud, 11-02-2019 12:32
Stephen MifsudCan this be identified from the macro-photos alone? I was attributing it to Aleuria aurantia... thanks.
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Till Lohmeyer, 11-02-2019 12:49
Re : Aleuria aurantia ?
Hi, Stephen - 


for me it rather looks like a Cheilymenia. The margin of the apothecia seems to be slightly hairy. 


Regards, Till
Viktorie Halasu, 11-02-2019 14:45
Viktorie Halasu
Re : Aleuria aurantia ?
Hello,
given its size, I think Byssonectria might be another possibility. Anyway, a microphoto would help a lot here. 
Viktorie  
Stephen Mifsud, 11-02-2019 17:08
Stephen Mifsud
Re : Aleuria aurantia ?
Hi, thanks for replying. I checked the specimen under the stereo and I could not see and hint of hair at the margin. Those seen in the prev photos are some kind of dead moss.
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Stephen Mifsud, 11-02-2019 17:10
Stephen Mifsud
Re : Aleuria aurantia ?
I am checking my database where I had a similar collection and was pinned as Boubovia nicholsonii - looks similar ?! Anthracobia nitida is another option but this has a more distinct grey margin.
Till Lohmeyer, 11-02-2019 17:13
Re : Aleuria aurantia ?
Cheilymenia-hairs are sometimes very inconspicuous. Only the microscope will help you, I'm afraid ...


Till
Stephen Mifsud, 11-02-2019 17:44
Stephen Mifsud
Re : Aleuria aurantia ?
Ascii and paraphyses under the micrscope (quick mount!) Base of Ascii with abent or forkation ?
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Stephen Mifsud, 11-02-2019 17:46
Stephen Mifsud
Re : Aleuria aurantia ?
Another image
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Stephen Mifsud, 16-02-2019 08:25
Stephen Mifsud
Boubovia nicholsonii
Do you agree upon Boubovia nicholsonii due the forked bases of the ascii (and the smooth spores, etc!)