Merismodes anomala (Pers.) Singer, (a cyphelloid basidiomycete)


23 Jan 1999 at OSGR: SU67 in Berks, England

Record Summaryon bark on fallen Beech logs
Found asFruitbody
Date23 January 1999
Associated organismFagus sylvatica
OS grid refOSGR: SU67
Lat/Lon51° 30' N, 1° 0' W
Vice CountyBerks, VC no: 22
CountryEngland
Voucher23 Jan 1999[C]
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Notes: Spores: 8.5-10/5-5.5µm, oblong-reniform, contents granular.
Spore print: pinkish "D" - the same colour as the fruitbody, non-amyloid.
Marginal hairs: thick-walled, brown, unbranched, aseptate, smooth becoming scabrid and paler towards apex. Tips often swollen and hyaline, especially around rim of fruitbody.

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