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Miladina lecithina
Malcolm Greaves, 09-09-2019 19:34
Malcolm  Greaves
Hello

Is anyone able to confirm that this find was a Miladina lecithina. It was on a rotten log in a woodland stream.

The paraphyses were slightly swollen and contained orange granuals the spores were minutely warted and 22 x 12.5.
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Enrique Rubio, 09-09-2019 19:41
Enrique Rubio
Re : Miladina lecithina
Hi Malcolm. I think so. Miladina is a very common fungus on very wet wood near the rivers.
Malcolm Greaves, 09-09-2019 22:46
Malcolm  Greaves
Re : Miladina lecithina
Thanks Enrique

In the UK it is quite unusual especially in this area according to our national database.

Mal
Marcel Vega, 10-09-2019 00:07
Re : Miladina lecithina
Mal,
in case of doubt better stay in doubt towards the national database ;-)
Cheers,
Marcel
Viktorie Halasu, 10-09-2019 08:41
Viktorie Halasu
Re : Miladina lecithina
Hello Mal,

in Czech Rep. it doesn't seem common. Although the current red list category CR is really too high and probably reflects the polluted environment in cca 1950's-1990's, it would still deserve some of the lower categories. Of course I don't know, how many people have actually searched for it specifically.
 
Best regards, 
Viktorie
Enrique Rubio, 10-09-2019 09:26
Enrique Rubio
Re : Miladina lecithina
In Asturias, in the north of Spain, it is a common fungus in all the altitudinal levels except, curiously, in the mountains. And it seems to withstand well the high pollution rates of the small rivulets of the coast.
Chris Yeates, 10-09-2019 19:27
Chris Yeates
Re : Miladina lecithina
If - as I suspect this was collected in Yorkshire (or at least the North of England) then, while this teleomorph is indeed very scarce, the "Ingoldian" Actinospora megalospora state is occasional in stream foam samples.

Indeed it can hardly be missed when present as this image shows; the distance between the lowest "arm" and the right hand one is almost 350µm! Also in the photograph is a conidium of one of the smallest Ingoldian fungi, Heliscella stellata.

Chris
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Malcolm Greaves, 10-09-2019 19:46
Malcolm  Greaves
Re : Miladina lecithina
You are right Chris Middlesbrough.
Mal