Phaeopezia vittadinii
Coll. PCH17112001
Coll. PCH17112001
© P. Chautrand

Phaeopezia vittadinii Paz, P. Chautrand, L. Sánchez, J. Bometón & C. Lavoise, Ascomycete.org, 14 (1): 27 (2022).

 

Basionym Phaeopezia vittadinii Paz, P. Chautrand, L. Sánchez, J. Bometón & C. Lavoise, Ascomycete.org, 14 (1): 27 (2022).

Diagnosis Ascomata subglobose, strongly lobed, pointed to the base. When young, the surface is creamy white, and reddish brown when mature, with violet tinges due to oxidation. Gleba with a marbled appearance, with irregular, elongated fertile areas, directed towards the base. Ascospores spherical, 23–27 µm in diameter, ornamented with thin spines, up to 5.2 µm in height, united to form conical pyramidal warts, with flexuous apices and a thin episporium ≤ 0.75 µm wide.

Type LIP 0002247 - holotypus

MycoBank 843044

 

Literature
Paz A., Bellanger J.-M., Chautrand P., Vidal J.M., Lavoise C., Moreau P.-A. 2022. Two new species in the genus Phaeopezia (Pezizaceae). Ascomycete.org, 14 (1): 25-33.


Classification Pezizaceae, Phaeopezia


CreatedDate 02/03/2022.

UpdatedDate 02/03/2022.

Phaeopezia vittadinii


 Typus  <1950  1950→1980  >1980

Collections Detail
[ES] Viladecans
Cal Francès
27/12/2016, leg. J. Bometón & L. Sánchez
0002247 (LIP)
Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] Corme-Écluse
Les Gripperies
20/11/2017, leg. P. Chautrand
PCH17112001 
Source: Ascomycete.org