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Hymenoscyphus on branch of malus
ACAR ismail, 14-11-2019 01:10
ACAR ismailHi all
spores 14-17 x 4.6-6.2 um
Paraphyses cylindrical, acute or lanceolate, sometimes septate
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Hans-Otto Baral, 14-11-2019 09:45
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Re : Hymenoscyphus on branch of malus
Hi ismail

All elements except for two spores (e.g. the lower right) are dead, so I cannot easily give a name.

Hymenoscyphus seems correct. Perhaps you need to compare H. conscriptus which is typically on Salix wood/bark, although the spores sound a bit too wide.


How is the apothecium diameter? Did you look for the ascus base (croziers)?

Zotto

ACAR ismail, 14-11-2019 19:04
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Re : Hymenoscyphus on branch of malus
Hi Zotto

croziers no
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ACAR ismail, 14-11-2019 19:08
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Re : Hymenoscyphus on branch of malus
apotesium 1-3 mm, smallest spores 13.8 x 3.84 um
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Hans-Otto Baral, 14-11-2019 21:12
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Re : Hymenoscyphus on branch of malus
O.k., croziers are clearly absent, which excludes H. conscriptus and also H. calyculus and H. subferrugineus which all have croziers.

The only idea I have is H, vitigenus, but a clear idea of this I also do not have.

Did you gain a sequence of this sample?