Mollisia aberrans Rehm 1882

non Peziza aberrans Peck (q.e. Mollisia andropogonis (Berk. & Curt.) Rehm)

Originaldiagnose

Hedwigia 1882(5): 67

608b. Mollisia aberrans Rehm nov. spec.
Perithecia primitus immersa, dein per epidermidem subelevatam erumpentia, denique sessilia, gregaria, orbicu-laria, concava, extus fusca, margine subinvoluto, scabro, albido, 0,27 mm diam.; sicca minima, humida disco pallide-cereo; parenchymatice, fuscidule contexta. Sporidia cuneata, obtusa, recta, l cellularia cum nucleis magnis plerumque 2, hyalina, 10/4, 8 23 sticha in ascis ellipticis, subsessilibus, c. 36/1012; Paraphyses tenerae, filiformes, apice subincrassatae, hyalinae. Jodii ope apex ascorum violascit.
Ad culmos putridos Junci prope Haidhof in Palatinatu sup. bavarico. Dr. Rehm.
(Keine der Beschreibungen von einer Peziza auf Juncus passt auf vorliegenden Pilz!)

= Mollisia pusilla (Libert) Cooke (Grevillea 7(1): 85)
= Stictis pusilla Libert (in sched.)