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Edit Szilvásy Edit Szilvásy

Hi Forum,Yesterday I found this asco on rotten bee

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Maybe Gyromitra martinii
Edit Szilvásy, 02-05-2018 12:20
Edit SzilvásyHi Forum,

Yesterday I found this asco on rotten beech logs.
Its diameter is 3-5 cm, its color is brown, slightly darker than the photo.
Its center is depressed, disc-shaped, its surface is wrinkled.
Excipulum thick, color greyish-brown.
Spore diameter 34-36-39 x 14-15 microns, middle with 1 big with two smaller drops of oil. I was thinking that Gytomitra martinii is the name of my mushroom. It is possible? I found it in the Bükk mountains (Hungary) in a relatively rugged place on the bank of a small stream.
Thanks in advance for your opinion, Edit.
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Christoph Hahn, 22-05-2018 23:21
Re : Maybe Gyromitra martinii
Dear Edit,

I don't know Gyromitra martinii due to own collections, but I don't find arguments against that determination. Of course I know Gyromitra parma - here the spores are clearly shorter and they show a very prominent reticulum.

Your collection seems to be relativly young, but the spores are nonetheless long. The spore poles seem to bear several warts / short spines - that would fit...

Greetings,

Christoph
Edit Szilvásy, 23-05-2018 07:52
Edit Szilvásy
Re : Maybe Gyromitra martinii
Dear Christoph,

Thank you very much for your comment.
I removed the mushroom and sent it to a micologist who promised to inform the sequencing results. If I get the result then I'll write it. The fungus was not young, three days later, only old mushrooms were on the tree.



I know G. parma too. When I found this mushroom, I thought it would be another fungus. The microscopic examination has suggested that I look for a different solution. There is no data on this species in Hungary, I doubt in my definition, but I trust that I will be right.


Sincerely, Edit

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