Observation 195630: Mucronella Fr.

small, white clustered on same log as M. fusiformis and M. flava

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No spore data yet
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2015-01-07 20:33:06 CET (+0100)

It’s going to be a long while (until after our book deadline in April) before I have time to scope my collections.

I have some material of what looks to be the same species from Big Basin collected on December 22nd 2014. I would be happy to send that to you.

I am trying to set up an internship gathering microscopic data for our herbarium
collections at UCSC, but it has only gotten off the ground in fits and starts so far.

hmmm… You don’t have spores do you?
By: Joshua Birkebak (Shua)
2015-01-07 20:07:05 CET (+0100)

It is either clava (about the same size as flava) or alba/bresadolae (alba from WA, bresadolae from France, I don’t have european DNA to compare). M. calva is smaller with small spores and M alba is bigger with bigger spores. Definitely not fusiformis though!

The largest ones
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2015-01-07 19:52:33 CET (+0100)

were maybe 3 mm long? Most under that. Smaller than even the young fruitbodies of observation 195600, which also had the narrowed attachments to the wood with yellowish hairs.

How big were they?
By: Joshua Birkebak (Shua)
2015-01-07 18:22:08 CET (+0100)

Like up to 1 mm or bigger?

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