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I got to know it in the field during a foray. It is so unmistakable I never looked it up. You just have to assure it is a Hypoxylon microscopically. At least here in my surrounding areas there is nothing that looks like this.
If it is very very big maybe it could resemble Hypocreopsis a bit?
If you have no idea you could also think of Meruliopsis taxicola but that is rather soft in comparison to this here.
Have you tried the Xylariaceae on the internet? I guess there it must be included mustn’t it?
Yeah, I have a photo of this one, and I was told the id in discussion, and I didn’t write it down, with the correct spelling. I thought, well, I’ll look it up later. And when I went to look it up, I couldn’t find it in any sources. What source did you use for this one?
Created: 2013-06-25 06:07:09 CDT (-0400)
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