HABITAT open woodland; SUBSTRATE bark; NOTES UV-, bulging black large perithecia with tiny ostiole, walls entirely black and carbonized, paraphyses present and slender and smooth; SPORES ellipsoid, 7-8 cells on average, mostly transversely septate but with occasional one or two longitudinal septae, hyaline, smooth, ~20 × 7-8 µm; PHOTOBIONT Trentepohlia, containing golden bubbles.
J. Bennett identified this as Julella fallaciosa (without Trentepohlia and fully muriform spores) from another piece of the same specimen. My piece shows clearly Trentepohlia and only occasional longitudinal septae in the spores. Is it possible both species are growing together?
(Is this the same as observation 87099?)
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Created: 2012-07-18 22:52:13 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2012-07-18 22:52:16 PDT (-0700)
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