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26-10-2020 09:58

Nicolas VAN VOOREN Nicolas VAN VOOREN

Hi.Here is the tiny white discomycete (~0.1 mm Ø)

25-10-2020 17:53

Guy Buddy

Good day,This fungus was fruiting abundantly from

26-10-2020 07:48

Blasco Rafael Blasco Rafael

Hola, esta muestra estaba sobre tallos de Angelica

25-10-2020 12:35

Juuso Äikäs

These were growing on a low branch of a deciduous

25-10-2020 18:32

Mirek Gryc

HelloSomeone help?Mirek

23-10-2020 21:50

Dirk Baert

Hello,I fund this Helicoon spec. on rot wood.anyon

24-10-2020 14:28

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

De esta mañana recolectada  en acicullas de abet

23-10-2020 12:57

Marek Wolkowycki Marek Wolkowycki

Hello Bia?owie?a Primeval Forest on live shoots o

23-10-2020 12:02

Stephen Mifsud Stephen Mifsud

Hi, I found small white-cream colonies on decaying

23-10-2020 19:45

Angel Pintos Angel Pintos

Hello, anybody have:?Kohlmeyer, J. and Kohlmeyer,

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Similar to Pyronema?
Mirek Gryc, 27-09-2020 20:28
Hi.
Several fruiting bodies grew from a piece of stick lying on the burnout. Ascomata small, about 1-1.2 mm.
Spores slightly rough, no content. Non-amyloid ascus. Blue discoloration under the influence of Lugol occurs in the subhymenium area.

Are spores with ornamentation and a blue reaction typical of this genus?

Mirek
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Viktorie Halasu, 27-09-2020 22:05
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Re : Similar to Pyronema?
Hello Mirek,
the asci are actually diffusely amyloid. I'd compare with a Iodophanus, probably I. carneus or I. testaceus. (They were synonymized some time ago, I don't know whether it was confirmed genetically.)
Cheers,
Viktorie
Mirek Gryc, 28-09-2020 09:23
Re : Similar to Pyronema?
Hi Viktorie.

Thank you very much!

I had also met Pyronem in the same place before, so I was a bit confused. The microscopic structure is very similar, but a few differences were immediately visible during microscopy. Iodophanus so far I have not had the opportunity to meet, so I am very happy with this find and your suggestion.
I found a job on them, so I will read in the evening and if I can do it, I will take a few more micro photos.
I think I. testaceus is very likely.
http://www.ascofrance.com/uploads/forum_file/Iodophanus-carneus-and-I-testaceus-independent-taxonomic-identity-or-synonymy-Cinto-2007-0001.pdf

Thank you once again and best regards.
Mirek