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Phaeoisaria clavulata

Posted: Sat Apr 23, 2016 5:01 pm
by Steve
We found this at Longshaw on Thursday on dead wood under a magnificent elm tree. It looked like a slight greyish corticioid. I used Ellis and Ellis to key it to Phaeoisaria clavulata. This is a Hyphomycete, with a structure quite similar to the Dutch Elm fungus - tight bundles of hyphae called synnemata, with conidia budded off the ends. There are currently 69 FRDBI records.
Steve
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Stacked image
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Stereo microscope image
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Stereo microscope image
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Synnematous structure x1000 - stacked image
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Two synnemata x 200
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Conidia in water x 1000

Re: Phaeoisaria clavulata - I think

Posted: Tue Apr 26, 2016 10:34 am
by Steve
Confirmed by Chris Yeates :D