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09-12-2006 18:45

Dmitry Gavryushin

Dec. 05, 2006, our town park. Size of separate fr

09-12-2006 18:40

Dmitry Gavryushin

I picked that piece of wood for these fungi, I've

09-12-2006 18:35

Dmitry Gavryushin

Dec. 05, 2006, Naro-Fominsk (55° 23' N, 36° 44'

09-12-2006 18:32

Dmitry Gavryushin

Nov. 28, 2006, a single fruitbody on a pile of Sal

09-12-2006 18:28

Dmitry Gavryushin

Size around 7mm. On a branch high above the ground

09-12-2006 18:25

Dmitry Gavryushin

Nov. 28, 2006, near Ozhigovo station, 55° 27' 43'

09-12-2006 18:20

Dmitry Gavryushin

On a well-rotten branch of Salix, almost in water.

09-12-2006 18:15

Dmitry Gavryushin

Found on a small branch of Betula, very humid habi

08-12-2006 13:58

Thierry Arbault

Bonjour, je suis un néophyte absolu dans le doma

06-12-2006 20:17

Javier Ormad

À voir qu'ils vous semblent ces spécimens trou

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Hypoxylon? On wood of Alnus
Dmitry Gavryushin, 09-12-2006 18:45
Dec. 05, 2006, our town park.
Size of separate fruitbodies up to 4 mm, in groups up to 20 mm across.
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Dmitry Gavryushin, 09-12-2006 18:48
Re:Hypoxylon? On wood of Alnus
Various things I saw in the microscope (800x). Some ascospores were very dark-brown with a tinge of green, while others were almost transparent (immature?). No size indication, sorry.

Thank you.
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Christian Lechat, 09-12-2006 22:35
Christian Lechat
Re:Hypoxylon? On wood of Alnus
Maybe Hypoxylon fuscum.
Will you please send us the microscopic data when you are asking
Without ascospores description, we can't answer .
Best wishes
Dmitry Gavryushin, 11-12-2006 13:08
Re:Hypoxylon? On wood of Alnus
Thanks a lot Christian.
So I'm afraid that it's almost impossible to identify something without proper measurements, detailed descriptions, etc. ...