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23-04-2024 13:17

Edouard Evangelisti Edouard Evangelisti

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Jason Karakehian Jason Karakehian

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Rafael Cabral

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22-04-2024 20:38

Miguel Ãngel Ribes Miguel Ángel Ribes

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22-04-2024 11:52

Zuzana Sochorová (Egertová) Zuzana Sochorová (Egertová)

Hello,I made a loan of a collection of Microstoma

21-04-2024 14:29

B Shelbourne B Shelbourne

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19-04-2024 14:28

B Shelbourne B Shelbourne

Cudoniella tenuispora: Distinctive macro and habit

20-04-2024 16:02

Michel Hairaud Michel Hairaud

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20-04-2024 09:56

Josep Torres Josep Torres

Hello.A few apothecia collected on Sunday, April 7

19-04-2024 18:32

Anna Klos

Good evening,I found this Ascobolus on wet soil an

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The dark synnematous hyphomycete genus Morrisographium: described species transferred from Sphaeronaema, Cornularia, Phragmographium, and Arthrobotryum
Thomas Læssøe, 22-02-2024 13:05
Anybody has access to this paper?: The dark synnematous hyphomycete genus Morrisographium: described species transferred from Sphaeronaema, Cornularia, Phragmographium, and Arthrobotryum
I have requested it via research gate but without luck

cheers

Thomas
Adam Polhorský, 22-02-2024 15:28
Re : The dark synnematous hyphomycete genus Morrisographium: described species transferred from Sphaeronaema, Cornularia, Phragmographium, and Arthrobotryum
Hello, here it is.Did you find something from this genus? I have a species that is close to M. ulmi. Collections from Europe seem to be rare. Adam
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Thomas Læssøe, 23-02-2024 11:47
Re : The dark synnematous hyphomycete genus Morrisographium: described species transferred from Sphaeronaema, Cornularia, Phragmographium, and Arthrobotryum
Adam Polhorský, 25-02-2024 14:47
Re : The dark synnematous hyphomycete genus Morrisographium: described species transferred from Sphaeronaema, Cornularia, Phragmographium, and Arthrobotryum
Ah those look like the same species as mine- not quite boudieri, not quite ulmi. I've got a sequence if you wanted to compare.

A.
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Thomas Læssøe, 26-02-2024 09:31
Re : The dark synnematous hyphomycete genus Morrisographium: described species transferred from Sphaeronaema, Cornularia, Phragmographium, and Arthrobotryum
We have not attempted to sequence but if you are interested I am sure the most recent find can be send your way

cheers
Hans-Otto Baral, 27-02-2024 17:35
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : The dark synnematous hyphomycete genus Morrisographium: described species transferred from Sphaeronaema, Cornularia, Phragmographium, and Arthrobotryum
I got sequences from Jonathan Mack from Canada in 2021 which he compared with Morrisographium and which appear to belong in Orbiliomycetes. Adam, did you try your sequence in GenBank? What relationship did you get?
Adam Polhorský, 28-02-2024 07:55
Re : The dark synnematous hyphomycete genus Morrisographium: described species transferred from Sphaeronaema, Cornularia, Phragmographium, and Arthrobotryum
Hi Zotto, with LSU I'm mainly getting Microthyriaceae, The highest hit, Pseudocorniculariella guizhouensis, is somewhat similar in morphology. The Orbiliomycetes surely must be a contam.

Thomas thank you, the most recent find seems to be covered by other fungi, I fear that seq. in this case would not work. The conidia do not germinate in culture, so it would be hard to get clean DNA.

Adam
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Hans-Otto Baral, 28-02-2024 08:18
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : The dark synnematous hyphomycete genus Morrisographium: described species transferred from Sphaeronaema, Cornularia, Phragmographium, and Arthrobotryum
The data comprise the entire SSU, ITS and LSU D1-D2. All three regions point to an Orbiliomycete but with high distance. Perhaps a convergence.