Notes:
Original Herbarium Label: Dothiora dothideoides (Dearn. & Barthol.) M.E. Barr
On a dead branch of Salix barclayi still as a part of the living shrub
Literature used for identification:
Barr, M. E. (2001). Revisionary studies on the Dothioraceae. Harvard Papers in Botany 6(No.1): 25-34.
Dearness, J. (1926). New and Noteworthy Fungi: IV. Mycologia 18(5): 236-255.

Species Lists

Images

DOTHIORA DOTHIDEOIDES drawing.jpg
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Perithecia
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Perithecia
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Perithecia
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Perithecium — cross-section
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Asci with numerous spores (with more than 8 spores)
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Spore mass leaving the ascus in a gelatinous coating
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Spores muricate with the median septum constricted and the upper portion is wider than the lower, variable in number of transverse septa (3-5); size 22-30 × 10-11 µm
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Spores muricate with the median septum constricted and the upper portion is wider than the lower, variable in number of transverse septa (3-5); size 22-30 × 10-11 µm
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Pycnidia, conidial stage (3 of the best developed ones in the lower centre of the photo; pycnidia are similar to perithacia, but smaller (0.5 mm) and are more abundant than perithecia.
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Conidia 8-10 × 5.5-6.5 µm
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Conidia 8-10 × 5.5-6.5 µm
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Conidia 8-10 × 5.5-6.5 µm
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Conidia 8-10 × 5.5-6.5 µm, some with conidiophores (?)

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