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Tarzetta 0670
Sánchez Leandro, 30-06-2020 07:59
Sánchez LeandroSous Pinus sylvestris et Buxus sempervirens, 1200 m, jusqu'à 19 mm diamètre.
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Nicolas VAN VOOREN, 30-06-2020 16:55
Re : Tarzetta 0670
Hello Leandro.
The size range of ascospores seems very important, 28 µm comes probably from an overmature ascospore.
Based on your data, especially the numerous ascospores uniguttulate, and the ecology I don't see any species that could fit. It looks like small specimens of T. ochracea but the latter is not so small and is associated with Fagaceae.
Sánchez Leandro, 30-06-2020 18:02
Sánchez Leandro
Re : Tarzetta 0670
Hello Nicolas.
Thank you very much, the habitat was exclusive to Pinus and Buxus, I keep material.