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a small club-shaped structure typically bearing four basidiospores at the ends of minute projections

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Basidia 17-26 x 4.5-6 [mu]m, clavate to cylindro-clavate, uni-, bi-and tetrasporic, hyaline (Fig.
Basidia 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.
Basidia 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.
Basidia, 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. Lichenologist
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.
Basidia aovato-elliptica, 10 - 17 x 17 - 20(25) [micron]m, 2-cellulata, concatenata hyphaeque intercalata.