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 Add this item to the list  Crepidotus luteolus (Lamb.) Sacc.
   
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Description type:Culture description 
Description:Crepidotus luteolus (Lamb.) Sacc.
characteristics: very rapid growth, aerial mycelium pale lemon on MEA, zonate, felty to floccose; terminal cells cystidia-like.
Macromorphology
PiNL: advancing zone appressed to raised, hyphae hyaline. Aerial mycelium felty to distinctly plumose, zonate, white; reverse white.
PDA: advancing zone appressed to raised, hyphae hyaline. Aerial mycelium felty to floccose, faintly zonate, white to cream; reverse white.
MEA: advancing zone appressed, hyphae hyaline. Aerial mycelium felty, faintly zonate, sometimes with exudation droplets (water), sometimes radially grooved, pale lemon to pale yellow at least in parts, towards the margin whitish: reverse yellow-brown, grooved around inoculum plug. Micromorphology
Advancing zone of 2-3 µm wide, radially spreading cylindric hyphae with tapering ends; terminal cells always clamped; branching behind subterminal cell. Aerial mycelium of 2-4 µm wide, abundantly branched, thin-walled hyphae with several segments of inflated cells, i.e. monilioid hyphae; terminal swellings cystidia-like, 30-55 x 5-10 µm, cylindric to lageniform, flexuose and sometimes branched or capitate (Fig. 1d). Submerged hyphae abundantly branched, often diverticulate to staghorn-like, cystidia-like terminal elements present. Clamps abundant.
 
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