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hymenoschyphus ?
michel hurtu, 24-11-2008 09:19
Bonjour à tous:
Je n'arrive à rien avec ce petit asco trouvé dans la boue d'une zone marecageuse, sur petit débrit vegetaux.
2 à 5mm de diamètre, chair molle.
merci de votre aide
le reste suit
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michel hurtu, 24-11-2008 09:21
Re:hymenoschyphus ?
une autre photo où l'on distingue comme des rhizoïdes.
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michel hurtu, 24-11-2008 09:22
Re:hymenoschyphus ?
les spores : 18-21x5-6 mu
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michel hurtu, 24-11-2008 09:24
Re:hymenoschyphus ?
les asques: 120-130x10 mu
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michel hurtu, 24-11-2008 09:25
Re:hymenoschyphus ?
une coupe
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michel hurtu, 24-11-2008 09:28
Re:hymenoschyphus ?
une paraphyse,
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michel hurtu, 24-11-2008 09:34
Re:hymenoschyphus ?
voilà, je reste à votre disposition pour tout autre renseignement....(si je peux!)
merci beaucoup
michel hurtu
Hans-Otto Baral, 24-11-2008 13:58
Hans-Otto Baral
Re:hymenoschyphus ?
On your last photo the two ascus bases look as being without croziers. That and the strong amyloidity excludes H. monticola. The apical ring looks actually like Pachydisca fulvidula, and I suppose you have this species which is typical of acid bogs and rivulets and quite variable in colour. The VBs in the living paraphyses would be a further criterion.

The species has not been combined in Hymenoscyphus, was far as I remember, and isn't even a typical one.

michel hurtu, 24-11-2008 17:07
Re:hymenoschyphus ?
Dear Zotto,
Ithank you very much for your last answer. IWould you please find herewith a picture of a paraphyse .
Kind regards
Michel Hurtu

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Hans-Otto Baral, 24-11-2008 17:55
Hans-Otto Baral
Re:hymenoschyphus ?
yeah, that's good. Exactly. So I am sure about fulvidula. In contrast, H. epiphyllus would be multiguttulate to the very base of paraphysis, but H. monticola has guttules similar as fulvidula.

michel hurtu, 24-11-2008 19:03
Re:hymenoschyphus ?
Ok, thank you very much !
michel hurtu