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01-10-2012 03:37

Esquivel-Rios Eduardo

Hi All.Recently i found a Nectria (?) overgrowing

01-10-2012 22:14

Esquivel-Rios Eduardo

HiSome days ago, a colleague post a message for a

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29-09-2012 12:41

Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

Hi to all:We have found this Calycina species on

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Esquivel-Rios Eduardo

Hi All.I found this fungi in a Ficus insipida peti

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Peter Welt Peter Welt

For determining a species of the genus Delitschia

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Esquivel-Rios Eduardo

Hi AllWe found this small cup fungi in the soil, d

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Björn Wergen Björn Wergen

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Malcolm  Greaves Malcolm Greaves

This Scutellinia was found on soil on a forest tra

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Nectria sp. overgrowing Kretzchmaria
Esquivel-Rios Eduardo, 01-10-2012 03:37
Hi All.

Recently i found a Nectria (?) overgrowing Kretzschmaria ascostromas, may a Nectria expert can identificate this species. Thanks.
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Cesar Herrera, 01-10-2012 04:01
Re : Nectria sp. overgrowing Kretzchmaria

This is a Cosmospora species. This species belongs in a species complex (Cosmospora viliuscula species complex). Species in this complex are notorious for occurring on Xylariaceous fungi. I am currently working on a paper for this group. I can tell you in advance that it might be necessary to identify the Kretzschamaria species to key the Cosmospora to species rank. 

Esquivel-Rios Eduardo, 01-10-2012 21:58
Re : Nectria sp. overgrowing Kretzchmaria
I think its K. deusta, but im post spore photos, for your opinion.
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Esquivel-Rios Eduardo, 01-10-2012 22:24
Re : Nectria sp. overgrowing Kretzchmaria
A common species of Cosmospora are reported in Costa Rica, near Panama, a Cosmospora vilior, looks the same fungi, wath do you think.?
Cesar Herrera, 02-10-2012 00:54
Re : Nectria sp. overgrowing Kretzchmaria
This is probably a true Cosmospora viliuscula given the host. Cosmospora vilior is a name in the old literature that was used for this species complex. Hower, it was incorrectly applied because the type species of C. vilior occurs on an Eutypella species.