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18-01-2020 08:13

Juuso Äikäs

These were growing on the underside of a piece of

17-01-2020 23:49

Ethan Crenson

Hello again, I found this in a NYC park on very w

18-01-2020 12:40

Calzada Augusto Calzada Augusto

Hola amigos:Estoy estudiando una Gyalidea multispo

18-01-2020 11:51

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Encontramos esta bellota de quercus con algun tipo

17-01-2020 22:42

Ethan Crenson

Hello all, This is from New York, growing on deco

16-01-2020 22:21


Bonsoir à toutes et tous,J'ai trouvé récemment,

02-01-2020 11:40

Robin Isaksson

Found this one i with moss in sand 20 meters from

17-01-2020 07:47

Alain Delannoy

Bonjour,Sur bois dur et sec de Fagus ( buche)Chair

17-01-2020 10:04

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Encontramos esta especimen en rama de gramineaNo p

27-12-2019 04:11

Koszka Attila

On dead, still attached Sambucus-twig. Spores 6,5

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Hyaloscyphaceae(?) on wood
Juuso Äikäs, 18-01-2020 08:13
These were growing on the underside of a piece of wood in a Picea abies dominated forest. The spores measure 6-7 x 3 microns, asci about 50-60 x 6-7. Both macro- and microscopically these seem fairly anonymous so I wonder if anything can be said.
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Hans-Otto Baral, 18-01-2020 08:21
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Hyaloscyphaceae(?) on wood
Seems really anonymous... The hairs are only 2 µm wide as it seems. Doesn't look like a typical Cistella.
Michel Hairaud, 18-01-2020 08:42
Michel Hairaud
Re : Hyaloscyphaceae(?) on wood

Hi Juuso, and Zotto

Seems to belong in Ciliolarina ? (difficult to give a species name, though)

Amitiés. Michel

Kosonen Timo, 18-01-2020 09:48
Kosonen Timo
Re : Hyaloscyphaceae(?) on wood
Hei Juuso,

Keep it in the fridge. I could take a closer look. Is it possible to deliver it fresh to Turku? I am back at the office next Wednesday.

No good suggestions. No match in Hyaloscypha what I can think of. ...well, yes, doesn't really fit Cistella, Psilocistella.. Seppo recently collected something that we thought is Psilocistella obsoleta, but it turned out to be aff Ciliolarina phylogenetically. And with smooth hairs!. It did not have slender hairs like here, so not suggesting this is it. Just saying that someone should take a better a look to Ciliolarina as well :-).

In every case, make careful annotations in the usual reagents (Cotton blue, MLZ, Lugol, water). Always let it "incubate" for a while. Some inclusions might stain. Also important if nothing observed!

Juuso Äikäs, 18-01-2020 17:17
Re : Hyaloscyphaceae(?) on wood
Thank you for the answers. Timo, I sent an email to you.