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    Hallo Schupfi, mich erinnerte der Schichtpilz an einen Stapel leckere knusprige Waffeln...owei, schon wieder Hunger! 🍽🥞
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    Hi,

    na ja, wie haarig war denn die Oberseite. So aus der Ferne St. subtomentosum/insignitum; wenn rötend auf Eiche kommt natürlich noch St. gausapatum in Frage. Ansonsten sehe ich nicht viel Unterschiede zwischen den beiden Bildern. Bei dem 2. scheint…
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    Hallo Schupfi, wenn du den Pilz vor einen ruhigen Hintergrund gesetzt hättest, hätte es das Meisterfoto schlechthin werden können. Der Pilz jedenfalls ist ein Träumchen.
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    Platz 4? :gschock:

    Wow, das fühlt sich an wie ein Sieg für mich!
    :ghurra:

    Ich hätte nicht zu träumen gewagt, dass dieses Foto so gut ankommt. Vor allen Dingen, wenn ich bedenke, wie es zu Stande kam...

    Herzlichen Glückwunsch noch den Treppchenbesteigern. :gbravo:


    LG Matthias
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    (Zitat von Alis)

    Da lag ich ja richtig mit meiner Schätzung. Gratulation an Doris und Helmut.
    Und wenn man denn was kritisieren wollte: wieder ein typisches ...
    (Zitat von Steve_mt)

    So we look forward for pictures from Malta.
    Kommentare nun auch auf englisch,…
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Synematous microfungus forming Coral-like structures verfasst.
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    I skimmed over the paper - very, very interesting and the pieces are fitting nicely together. This fungus seems quite close to Hypoxylon or Biscogniauxia anamorph, which then becomes a black stroma - the sexual state - on which the Cosmospora grows on
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Fotowettbewerb November 2021 verfasst.
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    Well done guys - I come back in the next competition ;-)
    My favourite one was the Lepista which came 2nd for its subtle colors, angle and soft focus in the border.

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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Synematous microfungus forming Coral-like structures verfasst.
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    Thank you xxxx


    I will investigate and let you know. To tell you the whole story, I think when its life is over it deposits as a black layer on the bark, on which an interesting Cosmospora s.l. sp. (cf flavoviridis) later grows upon. I really wish to solve
  • Hi Steve,
    nice finding :)
    I think you found an anamorph of a Xylariaceae, but which one I do not know.
    Compare with this paper:
    Anamorphs of Xylariaceae. a-h. Geniculosporium -like anamorphs of... | Download Scientific Diagram

    Best regards,
    Thorben
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Orange Jellybaby fungus, on moss - exciting! verfasst.
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    Hi Andreas, thanks for yr help. I have sent material to Alvarado and I can send this to him too. However if u wish to have a sample to examine under yr lens, I can send you one fruiting body. When they dry they are quite small and shrivelled so hope they…
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Synematous microfungus forming Coral-like structures verfasst.
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    Photos in situ....
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    Hi, here I am writing again about another strange fungus growing on the bark of a dead tree that I suspect is Ficus carica. First seen, it looks like a dry coral mushroom with a pale beige-ink color. It grows in tufts and then it apparently blackens out.
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Orange Jellybaby fungus, on moss - exciting! verfasst.
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    Thanks, I try to stay away from FB coz I waste a lot of time, but I think everyone is running out of ideas, and maybe I should post there. However, while the fungus remains in a sterile condition, we can't expect miracles. And I don't feel like going
  • Steve_mt

    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Talaromyces for sequencing. verfasst.
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    (Zitat von KaMaMa)

    It's Ok Martin don't worry, we share opinions without any regret! I was also a bit silly to think it may take 3-4 days to evaporate, but it was quicker (at 40C). Thanks for your thoughts!
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    Hallo Steve,

    Water will evaporate out, Diffusion is just a matter of time...
    But anyway you propably can't open the dish slowly enough, without creating turbulances, transporting spores inside.
    Surely won't work. Sorry, silly idea of me.

    Best regards, Martin
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Talaromyces for sequencing. verfasst.
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    I managed to dry it with the filter paper method after sterelizing it in the microwave at 440W for 5 minutes. Maybe I am making lot of fuss for nothing because the agar dried in c. 30hrs and that is too short time for any serious contamination.


    Now what
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Talaromyces for sequencing. verfasst.
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    (Zitat von KaMaMa)

    That way the water can't evaporate out :-(



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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Orange Jellybaby fungus, on moss - exciting! verfasst.
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    Under the microscope, there is more or less the same picture of before, but what we assume that are basidioles are more wriggly (curved/flexuose).
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Orange Jellybaby fungus, on moss - exciting! verfasst.
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    Hello... Sorry for letting you wait.


    Here are some close-up images of the fruiting bodies, 6 days after the first encounter. The have not changed much. They seem to have more a coral-fungus approach then that of a jelly baby fungus. The flesh is soft and
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Orange Jellybaby fungus, on moss - exciting! verfasst.
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    Found them. 3 populations. Here are quick mobile photos 😍
    I take some pics with slr. They did not change that much. Cu