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17-04-2021 15:01

Khomenko Igor Khomenko Igor

Hi, I'm having trouble identifying this hairy disc

17-04-2021 19:34

Juuso Äikäs

This Thursday I found some tiny discos growing on

16-04-2021 08:53

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17-04-2021 13:41

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Hello everybody,Anyone on the forum is from Götti

16-04-2021 22:02

Bo Valeur Bo Valeur

Hi thereThis Nice Lachnum was found on a dead bran

17-04-2021 11:45

Karl Soler Kinnerbäck Karl Soler Kinnerbäck

Hi!Could this be a Nigrograna? I first thought it

09-04-2021 18:44

Mirek Gryc

Hi.Probably anamorph but I have never seen so big

17-04-2021 09:18

Savic Dragisa

Hello everyone,on a corn stalk. I have no idea wha

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Mirek Gryc

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15-04-2021 14:24

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Me mandan el material seco recolectado en el compo

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Peziza
Castillo Joseba, 25-02-2021 11:37
Castillo JosebaDe ayer en bosque de encinas (quercus),  ejemplares de  3-5 cm. de diamertro
No tienen latex

Pienso en Peziza vadia ?
A ver que os parece

Saludos
Joseba
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Castillo Joseba, 28-02-2021 08:46
Castillo Joseba
Re : Peziza
No hay ninguna sugerencia?
Mirek Gryc, 28-02-2021 09:07
Re : Peziza
Hi Joseba
In this group of Peziza it is very important to define the textures and especially whether there is a middle layer (see photo). It is not visible in your photos, so the selection is too large to even approximate the genre.
greetings

Mirek


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Lothar Krieglsteiner, 28-02-2021 09:07
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : Peziza
You made your suggestion yourself. P. varia should be correct, at least today, as names like repanda and micropus habe become synonyms.
Best regards, Lothar
Mirek Gryc, 28-02-2021 09:53
Re : Peziza
Hi Lothar
I also think P. varia is very likely, but more data is needed to be sure.
I have P. arvernensis quite often this time of year which is very similar to P. varia. Based on Joseb's data, this species cannot be ruled out as well.
In addition to the textures, careful observation of the spores in the water could help. P. arvernensis spores contain polarized tiny multigutates. They are sometimes very hard to notice, but this feature allows me to distinguish young P. arvernensis (spores without ornamentation yet) from P. varia.
greetings
Mirek
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Castillo Joseba, 28-02-2021 09:56
Castillo Joseba
Re : Peziza
Muchas gracias Lothar y Mirek, me habeis ayudado mucho,  hare un pocomas de micro 
Saludos
Joseba
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 28-02-2021 09:57
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : Peziza
Hi Mirek,
thanks fo the hint concerning the spores of varia and arvernensis. I will try to look at this feature in future.
Josebas fungus looks quite ripe in my opinion. So if it is arvernensis, the ornamented spores should already be observable (?). But you are right with your doubt.
Best regards, Lothar

Mirek Gryc, 28-02-2021 11:02
Re : Peziza
I do not know about Spain, but in my case five-centimeter Peziza varia and arvernensis are very often immature. We have a completely different atmosphere. This year, in my forests, there is still almost half a meter of snow. Such a thick layer of snow also has its advantages. Under such a thick layer, spring asco, which grows on the litter, develops very well.
Spring, however, is already beginning to reach me, maybe soon I will go out into the field
Mirek