Sunday, May 22, 2011

BMS spring foray 4 – Fuscolachnum misllum

We were working hard on dead leaves of Rubus fructicosus to find Mollisina rubi. This turned up to be a hard job which gave all sorts of unexpected results. The most common fungus was Fuscolachnum misellum:

There was also Pyrenopeziza maculans an undescibed Naeviopsis, an undescribed Vibrissea, Calycellina indumenticola, Echinula asteriadiformisMollisina oedema and at last Mollisina rubi:

Rubus may hurt your fingers but there are rewards in the end . . .

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