The Genera of Fungi

The Genera of Fungi

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 edition. Excerpt: ... Pileus pulvinate or effuse (y) Basidia in chains; hymenium not cerebriform Sirobasidium 14: 248 (y) Basidia not in chains; hymenium cerebriform Tremella 6: 780 (inc. Naematelia 6: 792) (b) Spores 2-4-celled, at least upon germination, reniform x. Spores 2-4-celled, sporidioles allantoid; pileus truncate-cupulate or effuse Exidia 6: 772 y. Spores 2-celled, sporidioles straight; pileus pulvinate, gyrose Ulocolla 6: 777 II. Spores and conidia present, i. e., heterosporous 1. Pileus ascending and dendroid fCollodendrum 17:208 (Tremellodendron) 2. Pileus effuse to pulvinate a. Spores on the disk, conidia on the exciple Craterocolla 6:778 b. Conidia and spores usually succeeding each other on the same area (1) Pileus cerebriform, pulvinate or effuse Tremella 6: 780 (2) Pileus not cerebriform, crust-like (a) Spores reniform, conidia ovoid Sebacina 6:540 (b) Spores ovoid, conidia hamate Exidiopsis 14:248 Subfamily Dacryomycetae Basidia terete-clavate, furcate above I. Pileus effuse, pulvinate or globose, typically sessile 1. Spores septate, at least upon germination a. Pileus gyrose; spores not horseshoe-shaped Dacryomyces 6: 796 b. Pileus tuberculiform; spores horseshoe-shaped Delortia 6:795 2. Spores not septate a. Spores hyaline; pileus more or less effuse, waxy Arrhytidia 6: 804 (incl. Ceracea 6: 805) b. Spores colored; pileus subglobose Seismosarca 9:260 II. Pileus cupulate, clavate or foliose, typically stalked 1. Pileus irregularly cup-shaped, usually stipitate a. Pileus gelatinous or cartilaginous, cupulate Guepinia 6: 805 b. Pileus leathery, hymenium gelatinous, cupulate-disciform Ditiola 6:813 2. Pileus erect, foliose-lobed f Tremellastrum 17:193 (Tremellopsis) 3. Pileus capitate to lanceolate, stipitate a. Pileus capitate, head inflated, ..show more

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  • Paperback | 70 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 141g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236490436
  • 9781236490438