Observation 119129: Nodulisporium cecidiogenes Jørg. Koch

When: 2012-12-04

Collection location: Wind Gap, Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]

Who: goatshoes

No specimen available

Notes:
These fungi were very similar to crowded parchment but much more rounded so I didn’t want to add the speices name. They were found on a rotting stump that I kicked over and there seems to be some slimy yellow action going on amongst them. They were more or less a tannish,grayish, and or an off-white color. The stump was covered in them.

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By: goatshoes
2012-12-08 08:24:30 CST (+0800)

Thanks, Damon!

Great post!
By: damon brunette (damonbrunette)
2012-12-08 02:01:08 CST (+0800)
Interesting!
By: goatshoes
2012-12-08 01:25:50 CST (+0800)

Thanks a lot! The arcticle was very informative although it doesn’t look as if this speices has ever been spotted in the USA but only in Poland and Central Europe and the arcticlr I think was published in 2008…fairly recently. But I must agree with your suggestion for they seem to be most similar. Thanks again!

Nodulisporium cecidiogenes
By: Andreas (AK_CCM)
2012-12-07 15:06:52 CST (+0800)

The fungus looks similar to Nodulisporium cecidiogenes which grows on Coniophora putanea. You could find informations in that paper: Koch, J. (1994): Growth of Coniophora puteana modified by a gall-inducing mycoparasite. Mycological Research. 98(11): 1263-1271.

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