Peziza violacea Pers., (a discomycete)

25 May 1979 at OSGR: SU82 in West Sussex, England

Record Summaryon bonfire site
Found asFruitbody
Date25 May 1979
Habitat featurebonfire site
OS grid refOSGR: SU82
Lat/Lon51° 0' N, 0° 50' W
Vice CountyWest Sussex, VC no: 13
Voucher25 May 1979[F]
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Notes: Apothecium: cup-shaped, purple.
Paraphyses: clavate, 6µm at widest, filled with purplish granules, ofen slightly curved at tip.
Spores: 12/5µm (in ascus - none ripe) ellipsoid, 2 oil drops.
Asci: lower half sterile when young, 220/9µm

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