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06-10-2009 20:43

Marja Pennanen

Frb about 3mm wide and dark brown underside. Thes

06-10-2009 17:41

Pablo Chacón Pablo Chacón

Salut les Amis, j'ai besoin de votre aide. J'a

06-10-2009 17:10

Quijada Luis

Hello, I try to obtain this paper on line but only

06-10-2009 12:38

Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

Dear friends: Could be this species on burried wa

04-10-2009 23:29

Michel Hairaud Michel Hairaud

Bonsoir, J'aimerais savoir si la combinaison Podo

04-10-2009 23:29

Michel Hairaud Michel Hairaud

Bonsoir, Cf. sujet suivant Michel Hairaud

03-10-2009 21:56

Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

Dear friends: I'd like to know your opinion about

03-10-2009 18:22

Hans-Otto Baral Hans-Otto Baral

Here is the second one. This has an inamyloid hyme

03-10-2009 18:02

Hans-Otto Baral Hans-Otto Baral

Still busy with collections from Savoyen Alps. Nor

30-09-2009 21:54

Hermine Lotz-Winter

Bonsoir, il y a deux semaines j'ai trouvé une

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On plant debris under Urtica
Marja Pennanen, 06-10-2009 20:43
Frb about 3mm wide and dark brown underside. These had stipes (5 mm high) in the depris.
Spores hyaline, 0-1 septate, about 12-17x3-5 and asci 90-110x7-9 micrometers.
Paraphyses did'nt exceed asci significantly and were about 2-3 micrometers wide.
Brown cells present.
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Hans-Otto Baral, 06-10-2009 20:49
Hans-Otto Baral
Re:On plant debris under Urtica
Hi Marja

you don't have a microphoto or drawing? What shape of the brown cells, globose or elongated (prismatic)? Did you test the asci with iodine? Difficult to name a genus only from macro. What colour has the disc, greenish? The litter looks partly like oak leaves.

Zotto
Marja Pennanen, 06-10-2009 21:13
Re:On plant debris under Urtica
Hello Zotto
Sorry no microphotos and I will not show my poor drawing in public.
The brown cells were roundish.
The disc is bluish grey as in the photo.
The leaves are from betula. Here in eastern Finland oaks are rare.
NC NC, 08-03-2010 21:03
Re:On plant debris under Urtica
Horrible photos of the microscophy (dried specimen).
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Marja Pennanen, 08-03-2010 21:12
Re:On plant debris under Urtica
Theres horrible photos of the microscophy:
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Marja Pennanen, 08-03-2010 21:14
Re:On plant debris under Urtica
Specimen is naturally dried (about 1m snow over the urticas).
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Marja Pennanen, 08-03-2010 21:24
Re:On plant debris under Urtica
Cells:
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Hans-Otto Baral, 08-03-2010 22:47
Hans-Otto Baral
Re:On plant debris under Urtica
Strange, have actually no idea
Zotto
Marja Pennanen, 09-03-2010 13:32
Re:On plant debris under Urtica
Neither did Seppo have.
Something rare and beautiful and grows faithfully at the place autumn after another :)