Tarzetta bronca
Coll. SAK-17-0423-5
Coll. SAK-17-0423-5
© S. Krstic
Iconotype - Pl. 2, fig. 10-12 (Peck, 1878)
Iconotype - Pl. 2, fig. 10-12 (Peck, 1878)

Tarzetta bronca (Peck) Korf & Rogers, Phytologia, 21 (4): 206 (1971).

 

Basionym Peziza bronca Peck, Ann. Rep. New York State Mus. Nat. Hist., 29: 54 (1878).

Diagnosis Cups gregarious or crowded, sessile, subhemispherical, four to nine lines broad, whitish or very pale-buff, externally roughened by small crowded whitish warts; asci cylindrical; spores elliptical, one to two-nucleate, .0008-.0009' long, .0005' broad.
Ground. Knowersville and Sandlake. July and August. (Plate 2, figs. 10-12)

Type ex herb. Peck (NY) ? - lectotypus

Homotypic Geopyxis bronca (Peck) Seaver, N. Amer. Cup-Fungi (Opercul.): 213 (1928) ; Pustularia bronca (Peck) Kanouse, Mycologia, 42 (4): 497 (1950) ; Pustulina bronca (Peck) Korf & Berthet, Natural. Canad., 96: 248 (1969).

MycoBank 324435

 

Literature
Berthet P., Korf R.P. 1969. Sur la position taxonomique du genre Jafnea Korf. Le Naturaliste Canadien, 96: 247-249.
Kanouse B.B. 1950. A study of Peziza bronca Peck. Mycologia, 42 (4): 497-502.
Korf R.P. 1971. Some new discomycete names. Phytologia, 21 (4): 201-207.
Peck C.H. 1878. Report of the Botanist (1875). Report (Annual) of the New York State Museum of Natural History, 29: 29-82.
Seaver F.J. 1928. The North American Cup-Fungi (Operculates).
Van Vooren N., Carbone M., Sammut C., Grupe A.C. 2019. Preliminary notes on the genus Tarzetta (Pezizales) with typifications of some species and description of six new species. Ascomycete.org, 11 (6): 309-334.


Classification Tarzettaceae, Tarzetta


CreatedDate 10/02/2021.

UpdatedDate 10/02/2021.

Tarzetta bronca
Collections Detail
[US] Portland
Kelley Point Park
23/04/2017, leg. S. Krstic
SAK-17-0423-5 
Source: Ascomycete.org