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19-01-2020 14:50

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Esto lo recolectamos en bellota de  quercusNo ten

19-01-2020 14:50

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Esto lo recolectamos en bellota de  quercusNo ten

19-01-2020 10:45

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

La hemos recolectado en frutos de EucaliptoA ver s

19-01-2020 10:59


Une question de mon ami Bernard Woerly qui voudrai

15-01-2020 00:11

William Slosse William Slosse

Hallo Forum,I recently found a curious ascomycetes

18-01-2020 19:03


Bonsoir à toutes et tous,Une idée pour cet asco

18-01-2020 08:13

Juuso Äikäs

These were growing on the underside of a piece of

17-01-2020 23:49

Ethan Crenson

Hello again, I found this in a NYC park on very w

18-01-2020 12:40

Calzada Augusto Calzada Augusto

Hola amigos:Estoy estudiando una Gyalidea multispo

18-01-2020 11:51

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Encontramos esta bellota de quercus con algun tipo

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Scutellinia cf. kerguelensis ?
Andreas Gminder, 18-08-2019 01:12
Andreas GminderBonjour,

although there are already several threads about Scutellinia kerguelensis, which all had been suggested rather S. nigrohirtula, I'd like to propose our todays find as kerguelensis ....

Found on muddy ground in the middle of a forest path, together with Cheilymenia crucipila.

Hair length 120-300 µm, quite slender, up to 25 µm broad (may be one or two hairs might reach 30 µm ...).
Hair base usually not branched or rooting, a few times with one division of the root.

Spores with low ornament nor visible in water, consisting of narrow fine and low lines, in water (20,3) 21,1-23,2 x (14,1) 15,6-17,3, Q=1,33-1,44
The spores are not from a spore print as we didn't succeeded in getting one ....

Any suggestions to this collection?

Thank you very much,
Andreas and Sylvie
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Malcolm Greaves, 18-08-2019 17:50
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Re : Scutellinia cf. kerguelensis ?
Hi Andreas
It all looks right for what I am calling S kerguelensis. The spore ornamentation is not as I would expect for S nigrohirula (too fine) so I would happily agree with your id.
Andreas Gminder, 19-08-2019 09:16
Andreas Gminder
Re : Scutellinia cf. kerguelensis ?
Dear Mal,

thank you very much!

best wishes,
Andreas and Sylvie