Lamprospora gibbosa
Coll. GM-20200901
Coll. GM-20200901
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Coll. GM-20200901
Coll. GM-20200901
Ascospores
© A. Mombert


Lamprospora gibbosa M. Vega & Janošík, Cryptog. Mycol., 42 (6): 100 (2021).

 

Basionym Lamprospora gibbosa M. Vega & Janošík, Cryptog. Mycol., 42 (6): 100 (2021).

Diagnosis Lamprospora gibbosa sp. nov. differs from other species of Lamprospora by its ascospores with an ornamentation densely covered with gibbous warts together with an infection on rhizoids of its host Fissidens crassipes Wilson ex Bruch & Schimp.

Type B 70 0100017 - holotypus

MycoBank 835294

 

Literature
Vega M., Janošík L., Eckstein J., Martínez-Gil R., Rubio E. 2021. Warts galore – on three new Lamprospora De Not. Species (Pezizales) from Southern Europe and Macaronesia and a type revision of three species described from the US by F. J. Seaver in the 1910s. Cryptogamie Mycologie, 42 (6): 91-119.


Classification Pyronemataceae, Lamprospora


CreatedDate 16/06/2021.

UpdatedDate 16/06/2021.

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 Typus  <1950  1950→1980  >1980

Collections Detail
[FR] Le Bois-d’Oingt
Bois de la Flachère
07/10/2012, leg. N. Van Vooren
NV 2012.10.03 
Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] La Tour-de-Salvagny
Les Grands Bois
15/09/2003, leg. N. Van Vooren
NV 2003.09.30 
Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] La Tour-de-Salvagny
Les Grands Bois
17/09/2005, leg. N. Van Vooren
NV 2005.09.07 
Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] Cailloux-sous-Fontaine
 
15/01/2012, leg. L. Girard
NV 2012.01.03 
Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] Bron
Parc de Parilly
05/12/2011, leg. M. Martin

Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] Marennes
 
29/01/2001, leg. H. Orcel

Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] Montagny
 
11/11/1998, leg. H. Orcel

Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] Taluyers
 
19/10/1995, leg. N. Van Vooren

Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] Fleurieux-sur-l’Arbresle
Pont Dorieu
22/10/1893, leg. P. Riel
PR 2284 (SLL)
Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] Tassin-la-Demi-Lune
 
29/11/1906, leg. A. Albessard & M. Renard

Source: Ascomycete.org
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