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Spiny uniperithciate asco with greenish dictyospores
Ethan Crenson, 12-06-2019 22:42
Hello all,

A friend noticed these tiny fruiting bodies on the same decorticated branch of hardwood as my previous forum post. (I have been having a one branch foray.)  The very tiny black uniperitheciate fruiting bodies are covered with long black spines.  The asci are saccate, measuring 38-50 x 23-27µm.  Spores are a broadly ellipsoid, dull greenish color with around 3 to 5 transverse septa and at least 3 longitudinal ones.  Some of the septa are oblique-- usually in the end cells of the spores.  Spores measure 14-16 x 7.5-8µm.  The spines are brown, thick-walled, without septa.  The larger hairs are longer than 100µm.  Any ideas?

Thank you in advance.

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Wendy Untereiner, 12-06-2019 22:49
Re : Spiny uniperithciate asco with greenish dictyospores
Dear Ethan,

It's a Capronia.