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Ethan Crenson

A couple of days ago I found these long-necked, pa

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I happened to stumble on an Orbilia once again. Th

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Bonjour, Pas faciles ces Pyrenopeziza... En voici

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Edvin Johannesen Edvin Johannesen

Hei, These apothecia are apparently growing on de

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Good morningOn 3/6/2019 we find at Tenerife (Canar

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Edvin Johannesen Edvin Johannesen

Hei, These apothecia are apparently growing on de

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Spiked ovoid things can be an Erysiphe sp.?
Benko Gabor, 10-05-2019 08:54
Benko GaborDear Members! This is my very first post here, thank you for adding me to this community! We found these spiked ovoid things, while we tried to prepare a specimen from a Diatrypaceous fungus. These were located between a stroma and the bark part of the dead wood. We are not 100% sure, if these are fungi, but seems like they contain spores. Someone can help us, please? We are just browsing Erysiphe species on the web, maybe can ours be also a member of this genus? Thank you in advance!
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