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Remarks (internal):Hymenial surface of H. granulosa is sparsely odontoid with smooth area between the aculei. This macroscopical feature, the capitate leptocystidia and the ellipsoid basidiospores (5-6.5 x 3.5-4.5 µm) characterize H. granulosa. This species had well-known as H. aspera, but Ginns and Lefebvre (1993) placed H. aspera in synonymy with H. granulosa. 
Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Hyphodontia granulosa (Persoon: Fries) Ginns & Lefebvre, Mycologia Memoir 19: 88, 1993. (Fig. 53)
? Thelephora granulosa Pers., Synop. Meth. Fung., 576, 1801.
= Odontia aspera (Fr.) Bourd. & Galz., Hym. France, 428, 1927.
Distribution: Africa, Asia [China (Hjortstam and Ryvarden, 1988), India (Rattan, 1977), Japan (Furukawa, 1974), Korea (Jung, 1991a)], Europe, and North and South America.
Basidiomata resupinate, adnate, effused; hymenial surface white, pale yellowish white to "Buff', grandinioid to odontoid; aculei sparse, conical to subcylindrical, up to 0.5 mm in length; margin concolorous with the hymenial surface, thinning out, sometimes pruinose under the lens (x 20). In vertical section, subhyaline, subpellicular to membranous. Hyphal system monomitic; hyphae 2-4 µm in diam, smooth, thin- to thick-walled (up to 2 µm), nodose-septate; cystidia (leptocystidia) capitate, 16-40 x 3-4.5 µm, smooth, thin- to slightly thick-walled (up to 0.5 µm); basidia subcylindrical to suburniform, 18-36 x 4.5-5.5 µm, with a basal clamp, producing 4 sterigmata; basidiospores ellipsoid to subglobose, 5-6.5 x 3.5-4.5 µm, smooth, thin-walled, non-amyloid.
 
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