Morchella gracilis
Coll. TJB-9483
Coll. TJB-9483
© T. Baroni

Morchella gracilis T.J. Baroni, Iturr. & Læssøe, Mycologia, 110 (6): 1215 (2018).

 

Basionym Morchella gracilis T.J. Baroni, Iturr. & Læssøe, Mycologia, 110 (6): 1215 (2018).

Diagnosis Distinguished from other species in the Esculenta clade by the slender conical pileus, typically curved at apex (Fig. 5A–B), which is longitudinally elongate pitted, with the pileus dull yellow brown or honey-colored or pale grayish, with paler ridges almost white and hoary-pubescent around the pits. Ascomata occurring in disturbed areas, often on soil, with ascospores finely corrugate under SEM (Fig. 5C); also distinct by the phylogenetic analysis of combined TEF1, ITS, RPB1, and RPB2 sequences.

Type CORT013766 - holotypus

MycoBank 823941

 

Literature
Baroni T.J., Beug M.W., Cantrell S.A., Clement T.A., Iturriaga T., Læssøe T., Holgado Rojas M.E., Aguilar F.M., Quispe M.O., Jean Lodge D., O’Donnell K. 2018. Four new species of Morchella from the Americas. Mycologia, 110 (6): 1205-1221.


Classification Morchellaceae, Morchella


CreatedDate 15/03/2020.

UpdatedDate 15/03/2020.

Morchella gracilis
Collections Detail
[DO] Antonsape
Antonsape Bueno Creek
11/01/2003, leg. T.J. Baroni
013766 (CORT)
Source: Ascomycete.org
[EC] Pasochoa
 
18/05/2002, leg. T. Læssøe
F-58308 (C)
Source: Ascomycete.org
[VE] Colonia Tovar
Sector La Capilla
?, leg. C. Cesari
M324 (USB)
Source: Ascomycete.org
[VE] Maracay
Rancho Grande
28/10/1990, leg. R. Muradian
M334 (USB)
Source: Ascomycete.org