were 64-83x11-22 [micro]m in diam., shaped clavate to broadly clavate and 4-spored at the apex.
17-26 x 4.5-6 [mu]m, clavate to cylindro-clavate, uni-, bi-and tetrasporic, hyaline (Fig.
4-sterigmate, 24-30 x 7-8.5 um, cylindrical to clavate, pale yellow with oil drops, basal septa or clamps rarely present.
Microscopic details related to various structures, that is, hyphae, cystidia, basidia
, and basidiospores of the specimens, were studied by making crush mounts and hand cut sections in water, 3-5% KOH solutions and staining in various reagents like Congo red, Phloxine, Cotton Blue, Melzer's Reagent, and Sulphovanillin.
cylindrical, hyaline, tri - septate, spores are hyaline, reniform to allantoid, size was 15 x 4-5 im.
However, Malencon (1942) considered the stipe 50-70 x 3-3 mm, basidiospores (11-)11.2-13(-13.5) x 5.5-7 um and basidia
30-35 [micro]m long.
Germination with phragrnobasidia developing basidiospores; three-celled apical parts of the basidia
often separate from the rest of the basidium.
Setae (e.g., large brown sterile cells) abundant among the basidia
, sharp pointed, thick-walled, 20-30 X 5-6 [micro]m.
, cystidia, spores and other anatomical features were analyzed, drawn and measured from three different basidiocarps.
inuncta (Fr.) Quel., are also comparable, since they also exhibit a smooth pileus, partial veil producing a membranous annulus or a fibrillose annular zone, two or four spored basidia
, as well similar pleuro- and cheilocystidia (Noordeloos, 2011).
basidiomycete with acanthoid basidia
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.