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Trichia persimilis (nl- Goudgeel draadwatje)

Trichia persimilis P. Karst. 1868


Sporocarps sessile, clustered, subglobose, 0.5-0.8 mm diam., shining ochraceous to yellow-brown, seated on a common, yellow-brown hypothallus. Peridium membranous, shining, the inside marked with rows of warts which are often arranged in lines. Capillitium of ochraceous-yellow elaters, 4-6 µm diam., marked with 4-5 closely-set spiral bands and studded with short spines, longitudinal striae inconspicuous. Spore-mass ochraceous yellow. Spores pale yellow, 11-14 µm diam., marked with a broken reticulation of small meshes, the non-reticulate areas covered with large warts, border incomplete in optical section. Plasmodium white ( )


dead wood,north america and europe


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Heerlen, Limburg, Netherlands

Spotted on Feb 25, 2012
Submitted on Feb 26, 2012

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