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Ascobolus folliicola?
Mirek Gryc, 21-10-2019 19:51
I warmly ask for your opinion on this collection.
Sporocarps grew in a fragment of deciduous forest: Salix, Populus, Alnus.
best regards
Mlcoch Patrik, 22-10-2019 17:42
Mlcoch Patrik
Re : Ascobolus folliicola?
And what next parametres - size ascospores, size ornamentation etc.?
Mirek Gryc, 22-10-2019 19:12
Re : Ascobolus folliicola?
Hi Patrik

Spore dimensions are provided in PDF.
Me = 18.8 × 9.5 ?m; Qe = 2
Spores very uniform. I have not met with a length of more than 20 microns.
I didn't measure ornamentation.
With Ascobolus I have no experience, so any tips are welcome.
Thank you
Michel Delpont, 23-10-2019 08:30
Michel Delpont
Re : Ascobolus folliicola?
Hello Mirek

A.folliicola normally has a small stalk at the base of the apothecium and a well marked and overflowing margin. Compares with A.crenulatus, the substrate is not well defined.

Mirek Gryc, 23-10-2019 12:19
Re : Ascobolus folliicola?
Hello Michel.

I am not sure if it was this species but A. crenulatus probably already microscopic. It seems to me that the spore ornamentation is definitely finer and denser. (see pictures)

The fruiting bodies now harvested grew on the ground, covered with a thick layer of mulch and leaves falling from trees.
Maybe this is the reason for their unusual appearance?
Thank you and best regards.
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