Observation 197719: Tarzetta cupularis (L.) Svrček
When: 2015-01-31
Who: zaca
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Spores:
(17.5) 19.3 – 22.3 (23.8) x (10.3) 10.9 – 12.6 (14.2) µm
Q = (1.6) 1.7 – 1.9 (2) ; N = 40
Me = 20.6 × 11.7 µm ; Qe = 1.8

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Microscopy: Asci and spores (in NaCl and Floxine); Bottom of the photo shows cells from ectal excipulum (middle) and Melzer reaction.

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Microscopy added.
By: zaca
2015-02-03 10:49:30 AEST (+1000)

Tarzetta cupularis is similar to Tarzetta catinus but smaller (this one has 1,2 cm in diameter and 1 cm hight, after dried). Microscopically, the paraphyses are not lobed (as in T. catinus) and the spores have, in general, only one or two big drops of oil (see Ref.; the spores of T. catinus have two oil drops).

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