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Remarks (public):The species reminds one of A. tenuis Burt from Cuba which however lacks the gloeocystidia so prominent in A. gabonicus. 
Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Aleurodiscus gabonicus Boidin, Lanq. & Gilles Fig. 33 Bull. Soc. mycol. Fr. 101: 352, 1985.
Basidiocarp annual, corticioid, occurring as small patches, finally more confluent, white to pale yellow.
Hyphal system monomitic, generative hyphae with clamps, those in the subiculum up to 20 µm diam., those in the subhymenium 2-4 µm wide. Gloeocystidia with a yellowish grainy content and slightly thickened basal walls, 60-90 x 8-15 µm, cylindric to clavate usually with a tapering apex with some slight constrictions, thus reminding one of moniliform cystidia. Acanthophyses numerous and irregular, in parts reminding one of finely branched dendrohyphidia, but also as hyphal ends with protuberances below a smooth apex which is slightly amyloid. Dendrohyphidia present as slightly branched hyphal ends, probably representing young acanthophyses.
Basidia clavate, 55-75 x 14-18 µm, with 4 large sterigmata. Basidiospores ovoid, warted, 14-18 x 11-14 µm.
Substrata. On dead hardwood.
Distribution. Known only from the type locality in Gabon.
 
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