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07-04-2020 11:03

Malcolm  Greaves Malcolm Greaves

Has anyone got a key to Pososordaria or informatio

07-04-2020 23:11

BERNARD CLESSE BERNARD CLESSE

Bonsoir à toutes et à tous,Trouvé hier ce que j

08-04-2020 11:36

Garcia Susana

Hola, Pseudotecios muy pequeños, unos 120um de d

08-04-2020 20:19

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Hi to everyoneThis fungus forms very small ascomat

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Bonjour tout le monde,Trouvé sur crotte de lièvr

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07-04-2020 17:56

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Hello allCan anyone help me identify this unknown

07-04-2020 09:13

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Hello all,I would like to identify a fungus, that

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Podospora
Malcolm Greaves, 26-03-2020 18:23
Malcolm  GreavesHow many Podospora are there with four spores per ascus?
I am struggling to get the extra small appendages for P pauciseta but the spores are about the right size at 32 x 19
Thanks
Mal
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Jacky Launoy, 27-03-2020 09:32
Re : Podospora
Hallo Malcom,
try Podospora apiculifera 
Jacky
Jacky Launoy, 27-03-2020 09:47
Re : Podospora
Hallo Malcom,
Podospora comata is also a possibility and mach better with the mesures of your spores  26-32 (-35 x 15-17,5 (19) µm. Podospora anserina has als 4-spored asci but a other kind of hairs and some larger spores 34-40 x 18-20 µm
Gr
Jacky
Malcolm Greaves, 29-03-2020 11:35
Malcolm  Greaves
Re : Podospora
Hello Jacky
There are new fruitbodies growing so will give an update as they mature. P comata looks to be good, have you a full description of it?
Mal
Chris Yeates, 29-03-2020 15:01
Chris Yeates
Re : Podospora
Hi Mal

I'll see if I can also attach Mirza & Cain, otherwise I'll email it to you. Podospora comata has recently been transferred to Triangularia X.W. Wang et al. - open access paper can be downloaded from here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/studies-in-mycology/vol/93/suppl/C (bottom of page). It's huge - over 100Mb so will take a while to download! :Update: I've reduced it to under 7.2Mb with no loss of quality so have emailed it to you . . .

Best wishes

Chris
Chris Yeates, 29-03-2020 15:28
Chris Yeates
Re : Podospora

clearly there are crypto-species involved, I don't have that paper - perhaps someone else may?

Chris


Malcolm Greaves, 30-03-2020 18:12
Malcolm  Greaves
Re : Podospora
Thanks for all the information Chris. Having compared my find with all the 4 spored species mentioned in the papers P comata is by far the closest. Having hairs 250+ precludes some and the size and shape of the spores are not right for others.
Mal
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Philippe Silar, 31-03-2020 12:54
Re : Podospora
hello here is the paper
Philippe Silar, 31-03-2020 12:56
Re : Podospora
Hello, it seems indeed to be a member of the P. anserina/P. pauciseta species complex. Unfortunately, differntiation can only be made by DNA analysis,
best wishes
Philippe Silar
Chris Yeates, 31-03-2020 15:27
Chris Yeates
Re : Podospora
Thanks for access to the paper Philippe

Reste en sécurité et en bonne santé

Chris
Malcolm Greaves, 31-03-2020 16:12
Malcolm  Greaves
Re : Podospora
Philippe
Thanks for the paper. After reading that I have moved my find from P comata to Podospora sp and will now move on.
Mal
Chris Yeates, 31-03-2020 20:41
Chris Yeates
Re : Podospora
No you can better than that Mal, at least log it to the group - I would suggest filing it as Podospora aff. comata - and can you send me the details in a PM?

Cheers

Chris

 
Norbert Heine, 31-03-2020 22:22
Norbert Heine
Re : Podospora
Hello Mal and all others, recently I read the following.

"Podospora comata has recently been transferred to Triangularia X.W. Wang et al."

Meanwhile I read the paper and I can neither believe nor accept that species like Podospora setosa, P. pauciseta or Apiosordaria verruculosa now belong to the genus Triangularia!

No, no, no!!!

And Podospora fimicola should read correctly Podospora fimiseda!

Look Lundqvist "Nordic Sordariaceae s.l., page 139f".

Maybe I'm too old to understand all this;-(

Norbert