Fruit Body 4-10cm high; slim club shaped, rarer irregularly tuberose; from spring to summer dusted olive gray (conidia), in fall black, with matt, fine punctured surface (main fruiting body). Sitting in the outer layer there are black ascocarps (perithecium), which ...
Author: Dr. Ewald Gerhardt
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