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Chaetosphaerella phaeostroma (Zwarte viltzwam {nl})

Chaetosphaerella phaeostroma


The Methylblue partially Blue staining, 30 to 40 microns long ascospores have three transverse walls (Septen), which the spore divide into four cells. The inner cells are brown, the outer cells are watery translucent (ruffly translated : [ ])


description <1cm: magnifier Sporophore spherical, 0.2 to 0.5 mm. Peritheci├źn rough, black, huddled on or embedded in a black-haired hyfenmat. occur On the thick branches of deciduous trees. Saprophyte. status Commonly


Chaetosphaerella is a genus of fungi within the Chaetosphaerellaceae family

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Horst aan de Maas, Limburg, Netherlands

Spotted on Nov 26, 2011
Submitted on Dec 12, 2011

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