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Description:BANKERACEAE Donk
Basidiome pileate and stipitate. Pileus initially tomentose, the surface changing in various ways with age, coloured in a wide variety of tints. Stipe tomentose to glabrous, concolorous with the pileus or darker. Hymenophore aculeate. Spines grey at maturity. Context either fleshy, not zoned, and white to somewhat coloured, or fibrous, more or less leathery to woody, zoned, and more pronouncedly coloured; monomitic, made up of generative hyphae. Generative hyphae inflating or not, usually thin-walled, branched, septate, without clamp-connections. Basidia clavate, 4-spored, without basal clamp, known to be chiastic in two species. Spores broadly ellipsoid to subglobose, finely tubercular to spinulose, colourless, white in mass, not amyloid. Cystidia absent. Odour of fenugreek when dried. Terrestrial.
 
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