26-33 x 7-11 um, subcylindrical to subclavate, hyaline to pale yellow in KOH.
cylindrical, hyaline, tri - septate, spores are hyaline, reniform to allantoid, size was 15 x 4-5 im.
5-12 [micro]m Basidia
clavate, two sterigmata, 40-85 x 6-9.
5 um, subellipsoid both in face- and side-view, thick-walled, wall up to 1 [micro]m, yellowish-brown, with a germ pore; basidia
29-32 x 7-11 um, 2- or 4-spored, ventricose-fusoid, hyaline, many collapsed; pleurocystidia not observed; cheilocystidia 22-34(-36) x (4-)4.
are cylindrical to clavate, and transversely 3-septate.
Germination with phragmobasidia developing basidiospores; two-to four-celled apical parts of the basidia
usually separate from the spore.
For Measurements 20 randomly selected spores, cystidia and basidia
were measured and then averaged to get the final measurement.
myxarioideae, ovale-subglobosae, 10 - 12 x 8 - 9 [micron]m, 2-4-cellulatae, 9 - 12 [micron]m pedunculatae, sterigmata flexuosa ad 20 - 22 [micron]m longa.
Members of class Dacrymycetes are known as jelly fungi characterized by imperforate parenthesomes and basidia
that are usually branched.
aovato-elliptica, 10 - 17 x 17 - 20(25) [micron]m, 2-cellulata, concatenata hyphaeque intercalata.
For anatomical characterization of sporocarps acompound microscope was used and the following characterswere noted by preparing slides in KOH Meltzer's TrypanBlue and Lactic Acid: Shape length width cytoplasmiccontents of basidia
cystidia basidiospores pileipellis andterminal cells of pileipellis and color reaction.
60-85 X 8-11 [micro]m, clavate, attenuate below, clamped, multiguttulate when mature; sterigmata 4, long, curved-divergent.