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Compte rendu de la Session suisse 2017
25 Dec 2017 - By Stöckli E., Jenzer J., Senn-Irlet B.
Abstract: Report of the Swiss foray dedicated to ascomycetes hold on Tramelan (Swiss Jura) in June 2017
Première récolte monténégrine d’une espèce menacée et protégée en Europe : Poronia erici (Xylariaceae)
25 Dec 2017 - By Perić B., Wendt L.
Abstract: Poronia erici, a rare fungus, threatened and protected in Europe, is recorded for the first time in Montenegro. Descriptions, illustrations taken in situ and in laboratory, microscopic drawings, comments on its ecology and its European distribution a...
Acervus epispartius (Pezizales), in der Masoala-Halle des Zoo Zürich gefunden
25 Dec 2017 - By Wilhelm M.
Abstract: Since 2006, I recorded the fungi of this tropical world of the Masoala Hall of the Zurich zoo (Switzerland). The ascomycetes are rather rare and they are hardly determined. This note presents and illustrates a collection of Acervus epispartius made i...
Neottiella albocincta (Pyronemataceae, Pezizales), für die Schweiz eine neue, wohl übersehene Art
25 Dec 2017 - By De Marchi R.
Abstract: Description and illustration of Neottiella albocincta (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Sacc. found in Switzerland and discussion on the similar species of Neottiella
Pseudorhizina sphaerospora (Pezizales) und ihr Auftreten
25 Dec 2017 - By Kathriner P.
Abstract: On the basis of Swiss finds in the Melchtal between 2013 and 2017, Pseudorhizina sphaerospora is illustrated and presented with information on its development and location, and its occurrence in 2017 is documented
Peziza tarembergensis sp. nov. (Pezizales), une pézize urophile nouvelle
25 Dec 2017 - By Van Vooren N., Stöckli E., Moyne G.
Abstract: Peziza tarembergensis is described as a new species based on its morphological, ecological and phylogenetic characters. Its growth on a substrate enriched by urine is discussed, compared with species growing on a similar medium. Its taxonomic positio...
Unguiculariopsis godroniicola (Helotiales) récolté dans les Préalpes grisonnes
25 Dec 2017 - By Stöckli E.
Abstract: The little-known ascomycete Unguiculariopsis godroniicola W.Y. Zhuang is described and illustrated based on recent collections made in the Val Müstair in Switzerland. This remarkable species is growing on fructifications of Godronia ribis
Pseudombrophila fuscolilacina (Pezizales) retrouvé en France près d’un siècle après sa découverte
25 Dec 2017 - By Hairaud M., Chautrand P.
Abstract: A collection of the rare Pseudombrophila fuscolilacina (Grelet) Brumm. on red deer droppings in Center West of France is described and illustrated by macro- and micropictures. The list of the species observed on the same substrate is given
Byssonectria carestiae (Pezizales) – eine arktisch-alpine Art
25 Dec 2017 - By Lindemann U., Graf U., Stöckli E.
Abstract: Two collections of the very rarely found species Byssonectria carestiae are described in detail and compared with the most similar species
Ascobolus grandisporus sp. nov. (Pezizales), una nueva especie coprófila encontrada en España
20 Nov 2017 - By Tello S., Delpont M.
Abstract: Ascobolus grandisporus Tello & Delpont sp. nov. is a new coprophilous species which has been collected in Spain. It has been observed growing on bare soil surrounded by rabbit dung (Oryctogalus cuniculus L.), sodden in their urine. Furthermore, two c...
A new species of Fusicolla (Hypocreales), F. ossicola, from Belgium
20 Nov 2017 - By Lechat C., Rossman A.
Abstract: Fusicolla ossicola sp. nov. is described and illustrated based on material collected on bone of wild boar in Belgium. This species is placed in the genus Fusicolla based on morphological characters such as changing color in lactic acid and the fusari...
Otidea saliceticola (Pezizales) a new species from the Italian Alps
20 Nov 2017 - By Carbone M., Cartabia M., Alvarado P.
Abstract: Otidea saliceticola, a species collected in arctic-alpine habitats of the Italian Alps, is proposed as new to science. The new species is supported by its morphology, genetic profile and ecology. A discussion on the affinities with members of the so-...
Geejayessia montana (Hypocreales, Nectriaceae), a new species from French Alps and Spain
20 Nov 2017 - By Lechat C., Fournier J.
Abstract: Geejayessia montana sp. nov. is described and illustrated, based on two collections from high elevation in French Alps and Asturias in Spain. The placement of the new species in Geejayessia is supported by morphological characters of both sexual and ...
The genus Rosellinia (Xylariaceae) in Guadeloupe and Martinique (French West Indies)
20 Nov 2017 - By Fournier J., Lechat C., Courtecuisse R., Moreau P.A.
Abstract: This survey deals with the Rosellinia taxa collected in the French West Indies in the course of an ongoing inventorial work on the mycobiota of these islands initiated in 2003. Based on the evaluation and comparison of their morphological characters,...
Two new species of Podosordaria (Xylariales): P. cynomys and P. cypraea
27 Sep 2017 - By Bell A., Mahoney D.
Abstract: Two new species of the infrequently seen genus Podosordaria, P. cynomys on dung and P. cypraea on decaying wood, are described and illustrated. Both species are among the seldom reported Podosordaria species characterized by uniperitheciate sessile s...
The first record of Urnula mediterranea (Pezizales) in Continental Europe
27 Sep 2017 - By Milosavljević N.
Abstract: All previous collections of the rare fungus Urnula mediterranea were recorded on the Mediterranean coast or Atlantic coast of Europe. Our discovery in Serbia represents the first ever recorded in continental part of Europe. We present herein photogra...
A new species of Striatibotrys from Asturias (Spain), S. asturiensis
27 Sep 2017 - By Lechat C., Hairaud M., Rubio E.
Abstract: A detailed description of Striatibotrys asturiensis sp. nov. is presented, based on a collection on dead stems of Veratrum album (Melanthiaceae) in Asturias (Spain). The fungus was cultured and sequenced; no asexual morph was obtained in culture but ...
A new species of Ijuhya (Bionectriaceae) from Tenerife (Spain)
27 Sep 2017 - By Lechat C., Fournier J., Negrin R.
Abstract: A new species of Ijuhya is described and illustrated based on material collected in the Canary Island of Tenerife (Spain). The new species described herein was sequenced. Based on ascomata not changing colour in 3% KOH or lactic acid and phylogenetic...
Lamprospora pseudoarvensis sp. nov. (Pezizales) – a lookalike tracked down
27 Sep 2017 - By Vega M., Eckstein J., Friebes G., Tena Lahoz R., Gube M.
Abstract: Lamprospora pseudoarvensis is described as a new species based on ecology, morphology and phylogenetic analyses. Differences from other bryophilous Pezizales occuring on species of Pleuridium are discussed as well as differences from morphologically ...
Pseudotricharina lanigera (Pezizales), a new species from the Patagonian region of Argentina
19 Jul 2017 - By Healy R., Pfister D.H., Mujic A.B., Torres D., Nouhra E., Furci G., Smith M.E.
Abstract: A species of Pseudotricharina, similar in sequence and morphology to the type species P. intermedia, is described from a soil bank in a Nothofagus forest of the Andes Mountains of Argentina. This is only the second species of Pseudotricharina to be d...
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All Items | 03 Nov 2016 - By Van Vooren N.
Report of the Ascomycota Alpine Zone 2015 Foray, organized by Ascomycete.org in the National Park of Vanoise (French Alps), from 23 to 30 August 2015. The list of the 98 collected and studied taxa is also provided
All Items | 03 Nov 2016 - By Doveri F.
Chaetomium convolutum, newly isolated from herbivore dung in a survey of coprophilous ascomycetes and basidiomycetes, is first described from Italy and compared with other species of the so called “group-bostrychodes”. The taxonomic uncertainty, still present in this group despite a recent comparative, morphological and molecular study, led the author to revise all Italian collections of species related to C. convolutum, and to prove that also the very rare C. hexagonosporum is present in Italy. The morphological features of C. hexagonosporum are described in detail and particularly compared with those of C. convolutum. The results of this review confirm the existence of several intermediates in the group-bostrychodes, for which a much more extended revision is hoped
All Items | 03 Nov 2016 - By Doveri F.
Elephant dung, when compared with other dungs from mammalian herbivores, was regarded as an ideal substrate for cellulolytic fungi. One sample of Indian elephant dung, examined for detecting coprophilous ascomycetes, was found to have developed three different Cercophora species. Cercophora elephantina, Cercophora sp. of the complex-sordarioides, and a new species, C. cephalothecoidea, were classified based on morphological characteristics. C. elephantina was described in detail and compared with species having the so called “pseudobombardioid” peridium. Cercophora sp. and C. cephalothecoidea were described, compared and placed in keys with species having a membraneous or carbonaceous peridium, respectively. Bombardia mutabilis and B. rostrata were recombined in Cercophora. Following recent phylogenetic analyses, the morphological and physiological features of family Lasiosphaeriaceae, Cercophora and related genera were re-examined and discussed
All Items | 03 Nov 2016 - By Fournier J., Delgado M.A., Castillo J.
Xylaria xylarioides is reported for the first time from Europe based on two recent collections from Catalonia and Galicia in Spain, and three previous unpublished records including one from Corfu (Greece) and two from Tenerife (Canary Islands) made by Dr. Walter Jaklitsch. An illustrated description of the material collected in Galicia is provided together with comments on the morphological variations encountered in X. xylarioides, its known distribution worldwide, ecology and taxonomic affinities
All Items | 03 Nov 2016 - By Van Vooren N.
A Trichophaea species collected in Alpine zone in France, with characters close to those of T. woolhopeia, offers the opportunity to confirm — after a morphological and phylogenetic analysis — that the latter represents a complex of mycorrhizal species difficult to split morphologically. The morphological differences seen on this collection, in particular the size and shape of the ascospores, associated to its alpine ecology, and a probable relationship with Bistorta vivipara, are confirmed by molecular data. We propose it as a new species under the name T. dougoudii
All Items | 03 Nov 2016 - By Senn-Irlet B., Peter M.
Sclerotinia cirsii-spinosissimi is described as a new species from bracts of Cirsium spinosissimum based on morphological, cultural and molecular studies. Ascospore size and absence of small lipid bodies inside the spores are distinctive, medium sized sclerotia are typically produced on solid media in cultures. This description includes earlier molecular studies showing a close relationship to S. borealis. A key is added to Sclerotinia species from arctic-alpine habitats
All Items | 08 Jul 2016 - By Lechat C., Fournier J., Moreau P.-A.
A new genus, Xanthonectria, is proposed for the enigmatic taxon Nectria pseudopeziza. Xanthonectria is characterized by nonstromatic, soft-textured, superficial, glabrous, pale yellow to bright orange nectria-like ascomata, not changing color in 3% KOH or lactic acid, long fusiform, multiseptate ascospores and an acremonium-like asexual morph. Its placement in the Bionectriaceae and its relationship to other members of this family are based on morphological, cultural and molecular data
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