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Shane John

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Garcia Susana

Hola, Me gustaría vuestra ayuda para identificar

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Chris Yeates Chris Yeates

Bonjour tous While searching for the downy mildew

07-07-2020 13:34

Markov Sergey

I found this peziza sp. on loamy soil - on the gro

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Thomas Læssøe

Anybody in the know of eg Pseudoneottispora?See: 

09-07-2020 00:39

Valencia Lopez Francisco Javier

Hola a todosEncontré este curioso ascomycete a me

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Juuso Äikäs

These were growing on a dead grass stalk in a fore

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Yannick Mourgues, 18-11-2019 00:03
Yannick Mourgues

A friend of mine has transmetted to me pictures of an Orbilia for ID. But with informations he has given to me, I don't know...

Data :


Ascus without croziers, apex rounded sometimes truncated. x8 spored.

Spores ovoides 3,7-4 x 1,5-2,1 um   Q=1,8-2,5

Spores with a black point (guttule ?) at one end. The first four black points are directed to the base, the four to the apex.

Paraphyses capitate.

Any Idea ?
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Hans-Otto Baral, 18-11-2019 08:53
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Orbilia
This looks much like the common O. tremulae. Earlier I would have said O. eucalypti, but O. tremulae differs in smaller spores not exceeding 4 x 2 µm, and often yellowish apothecia, together with a lack of drought-tolerance (growing on moist wood on the ground). Genetically it is very distant from O. eucalypti. Its anamorph also differs and matches morphologically Dicranidion inaequale.
Yannick Mourgues, 18-11-2019 09:21
Yannick Mourgues
Re : Orbilia
Thank's a lot Zotto.