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26-05-2020 14:22

David Navarro David Navarro

Hi all, The CIRM-CF and the BBF Lab looking for m

26-05-2020 09:28

Mirek Gryc

Hi.On Betula bark, I recently found a species of m

24-05-2020 11:31

Camille Mertens

Bonjour à tous.Sur branche (alnus?), en bordure d

24-05-2020 10:10

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

me mandan el material seco recolectada en tallo d

24-05-2020 00:52

DirkW DirkW

Salut a tous!Anybody out there, who made experienc

23-05-2020 21:03

Elisabeth Stöckli

Bonsoir, Trouvé sur branche morte aérienne d'un

25-05-2020 10:17

Joop van der Lee

Because some of us do think that T. minuta is a st

24-05-2020 22:36

Joop van der Lee

The reason why I post all these different characte

24-05-2020 17:54

Juuso Äikäs

I visited a small swamp and found these growing on

24-05-2020 19:31

Robin Isaksson Robin Isaksson

peritheciawall does not react in koh. Spores 22-2

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Hyaloscyphaceae
Elisabeth Stöckli, 03-11-2019 21:01

Bonsoir,


Trouvé sur bois mort de Salix, apothécies 0.15 - 0.4 mm de diamètre, sessile, à hyménium crème, marge couvert de poils, asques 58 - 80 x 10-11 µm, avec crochets, octosporés, J-, spores lisses, 15 - 18 x 3 - 3.5 µm, cloisonnées 1 - 3 fois, paraphyses elargies et fourchues au sommet.
Merci d'avance pour vos idées.


Elisabeth

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Hans-Otto Baral, 03-11-2019 21:23
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Hyaloscyphaceae
Hallo Elisabeth

unglaublich! Habe keine Ahnung. War das ein ansitzender Ast? Und stammt das aus den Bergen?

Zotto
Elisabeth Stöckli, 03-11-2019 22:05
Re : Hyaloscyphaceae

Merci Zotto, ja ein ansitzender Ast, in einem Auenwald in Wassernähe auf 615 m.


Elisabeth

Hans-Otto Baral, 03-11-2019 22:15
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Hyaloscyphaceae
Also da ist mein Latein am Ende :-(
Kosonen Timo, 04-11-2019 07:46
Kosonen Timo
Re : Hyaloscyphaceae
Hello,

Incredible indeed! Any trace of subiculum? How about a "strange" Arachnopezizaceae, not quite Arachnopeziza, but something near?

Timo
Elisabeth Stöckli, 04-11-2019 09:24
Re : Hyaloscyphaceae

Hello,


the apothecia grow under the detached bark, no subiculum.


Elisabeth

Hans-Otto Baral, 04-11-2019 10:21
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Hyaloscyphaceae
My guess is a Psilocistella, but the paraphyses look odd, perhaps arachnopezizoid?
Kosonen Timo, 04-11-2019 10:28
Kosonen Timo
Re : Hyaloscyphaceae
or Psilocistella (s. lat.)... but yeah, the paraphyses (and spores?) don't add up, and reminded me of some members of Arachnopeziza. ...but it could well go clearly "outside" those two.

-who's doing the sequencing? =;-)

Timo
Quijada Luis, 04-11-2019 17:21
Re : Hyaloscyphaceae
Hi all,
great collection Elisabeth, Hi Zotto and Timo, really interesting collection, if you want I can do sequences Elisabeth. You can send it to me with other collections of Tympanidaceae or other interesting Leotiomycetes if you have. No problem, also I would like to study the morphology in detail.
Best wishes
Luis
Elisabeth Stöckli, 06-11-2019 18:02
Re : Hyaloscyphaceae

Hi,


Thank you for your suggestions,indeed a nice species, my first collection was small, today I was looking for more material, now it's enough for sequencing.


Elisabeth

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