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17-07-2019 21:35

Joop van der Lee

I am looking for the following documentation.Richa

17-07-2019 18:10

Jac Gelderblom

Hello On culms of Typha I found a small mollisia

10-07-2019 17:53

Andgelo Mombert

Bonjour, Fructifications érumpantes atteignant 4

17-07-2019 15:12

Thomas Læssøe

Has anyone Remler or the part that contains Belono

14-07-2019 10:38

Markus Wilhelm

Bonjour, je visite récente le forêt tropicale d

14-07-2019 19:14

Rubén Martínez-Gil Rubén Martínez-Gil

Boudier in 1917 describes Lamprospora lutziana and

16-07-2019 16:53

Elisabeth Stöckli

Bonjour, Sur feuilles mortes de Sempervivum à 2'

12-07-2019 14:29

Alessandro Fellin

Habitat: in torbiera a sfagni su steli guasti e im

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Michel RIMBAUD

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White disco
Guy Buddy, 20-05-2019 21:33
Fruiting from a piece of hardwood collected from the ground in Pennsylvania, USA. Largest apothecium is 1mm, but most are <.5mm. IKI +. Crozier +. Paraphyses clavate and septate with crystals.  Hairs are septate but do not appear to have crystals.  All photos are in H20. 
Spore measurement: (7) 7.5 - 9.3 (9.5) × (1.7) 1.8 - 2.3 (2.4) µm
Q = (3.2) 3.7 - 4.8 (5) ; N = 20; Me = 8.3 × 2 µm ; Qe = 4.1

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Hans-Otto Baral, 21-05-2019 09:58
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : White disco
Hi Guy

good docu! I suppose this is Lachnum subvirgineum (nom. prov.) known from Europe, deviating from L. virgineum by capitate hair apices.

Your statement "clavate and septate with crystals" sounds strange, the paraphyses are lanceolate-acute and without crystals.

Zotto

Guy Buddy, 21-05-2019 14:24
Re : White disco
Thanks! Im not very knowledgable with this type of fungi and thus why I am asking for help.  I thought the hairs were paraphyses.