Notes:
Growing on a fallen Picea engelmannii twig. Hymenium orange when fresh. All structures inamyloid. Filiform, hyaline, crystal encrusted hairs at edges. Ectal excipulum of textura porrecta. Paraphyses smooth, hyaline and filiform. Asci unitunicate, inoperculate, 8-spored and with croziers. Spores smooth, hyaline and 0-septate. Spore measurements: (4) 4.3 – 5.1 (6) × (3.8) 4 – 4.9 (5.1) µm, Q = 1 – 1.1 (1.2); N = 30, Me = 4.7 × 4.5 µm; Qe = 1.1

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Proposed Names

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Used references: Korf, R. P. (1973). Discomycetes and tuberales. The fungi, vol. IV A, 249-319.
Seaver, F. J. (1951). The North American Cup-fungi (Inoperculates). The North American cup-fungi (Inoperculates).
Baral, H. O. (2005). Lachnaceae & Arachnopezizaceae. Unpublished, available at: http://www.ascofrance.com/...
Baral, H. O. (2008). Dichotomous key to Lachnellula (worldwide). Unpublished, available at: www. ascofrance. com/uploads/forum_file/7637. doc.
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