Observation 113138: Neohypodiscus cerebrinus (Fee) J.D. Rogers, Y.-M. Ju & Laessøe
When: 2012-10-10
No herbarium specimen

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Used references: Rogers, Jack D., Y.-M. Ju, and Thomas Laessøe. “Neohypodiscus Nom. Nov. for Hypodiscus.” Mycologia 86, no. 5 (September 1, 1994): 684–690. doi:10.2307/3760540.

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very cool,
By: Caleb Brown (Caleb Brown)
2013-02-08 18:35:43 CST (-0500)

I dont have a specimen, however i think i can go back and look for more. If I find any ill post up some microscopy pics

Ascospores?
By: Roo Vandegrift (Werdnus)
2013-02-07 12:37:09 CST (-0500)

This’d be really cool, if it’s the Neohypodiscus: it’s really rare, and as far as I know it’s only been collected from the northwest a couple of times. I had to send the specimen I have (collected by Jeff Stone on teh Oregon coast) up to Jack Rogers for identification. The two-celled ascospores give it away as not your typical Xylariaceae. Any way you could look at the spores? I’ll post an observation with photos of the example I have.

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