Pyrenomycetes Species Page

Camaropella pugillus

Stromatic, small immersed ascomata
(Schwein.) Lar.N. Vassiljeva, Mikol. Fitopatol. 31(1): 6. 1997.
Sphaeria pugillus Schwein.
Figure from SMH3846
Genbank Accession: EU481406 (LSU)
Complete Description
Stromata immersed, valsoid with a distinct, erumpent, short or tall ostiolar cushion, hyphal tissue indistinct around the ascomata, dense, yellow-colored around the short ostiolar cushions (Fig. 3b) and white-colored around the tall ostiolar cushions; a bluish-purple color sometimes present on the ostioles and surrounding substrate from masses of discharged ascospores. Ascomata perithecial, valsoid, in small to large clusters (ca. 15-30 perithecia per stroma, but highly variable), polystichous, subglobose with long necks converging in an erumpent, flat-topped cushion. Ascomal walls dark brown, composed of pseudoparenchymatic cells. Paraphyses long, tapering above the asci. Asci clavate, stipitate, spore bearing part 35-40 x 4-6 µm, stipe 14-17 µm long, with 8 uniseriate ascospores. Ascospores oblong, one-celled, brown, 6.3-7 x 2.5-3.5 µm, with inconspicuous pore at one end.
Huhndorf, S.M. and A.N. Miller. 2008. A new species of Camarops and phylogenentic analysis of related taxa in the Boliniaceae. North American Fungi 3(7): 231-239. Doi:10.2509/naf2008.003.00715