Ascobolus rhytidosporus
Coll. 2013-03-12
Coll. 2013-03-12
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Coll. 2013-03-12
Coll. 2013-03-12
Ascospores
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Ascobolus rhytidosporus Brumm., Persoonia, 11 (1): 87 (1980).

 

Basionym Ascobolus rhytidosporus Brumm., Persoonia, 11 (1): 87 (1980).

Diagnosis Apothecia solitaria, sessilia, (0.2–) 0.3–0.6 mm diam. Receptaculum initio subglobulare vel pulvinare, denique lenticulare, hyalinum, prope basem dilute lutescenti-brunneum, laeve, immarginatum. Excipulum textura globulosa vel angulari. Asci crasse clavati, apicibus rotundatibus, (115–) 120–135 (–145) × 20–30 (–35) µm, 8-spori, parietibus cum iodo caerulescentibus. Ascosporae ellipsoideae, (11.6–) 12.1–14.4 (–16.0) × (6.5–) 6.8–8.4 (–9.3) µm, pigmentorum stratis valde rugosis vel irregulariter vesiculosis ornatae. Paraphyses simplices vel ramosae, cylindracae, 1.8–2.5 (–4.0) µm crassae, apice valde incrassatae. In fimo murinum aut in reliquis plantarum prope fimum murinum crescit. — Typus: M.C. Clark, Broadway, Worcestershire, Anglia, 23.II.1979 (K).

Type K(M) 30524 - holotypus

MycoBank 112724

 

Literature
Brummelen J. (van) 1980. Two species of Ascobolus new to Britain. Persoonia, 11 (1): 87-92. 
Clark M.C. 1984. Recording Discomycetes in Worcestershire. Bulletin of the British Mycological Society, 18 (2): 121-125.
Häffner J. 1991. Rezente Ascomycetenfunde IX. Ascobolus rhytidosporus Brumm. Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Pilze Mitteleuropas, 7: 107-110. 
Welt P., Heine N. 2007. Beiträge zur Kenntnis coprophiler Pilze (1). Teil 2: Coprophile Pilzfunde im Chemnitzer NSG „Um den Eibsee“ auf verschiedenen Substraten sowie Ergänzungen zu den Pilzfunden auf Angusrind-Dung. Zeitschrift für Mykologie, 73 (2): 213-244.


Classification Ascobolaceae, Ascobolus


CreatedDate 10.03.2018.

UpdatedDate 10.03.2018.

Ascobolus rhytidosporus
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