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Description type:Culture description 
Description:TRECHISPORA REGULARIS (Murrill) Liberta
Mats white, modqrately thick, around inocula raised, cottony woolly, then becoming thinner toward margins, this aerial mycelia developed over an appressed, silky surface mat at 2 wk, by 6 wk white, with raised and woolly aerial mycelia developed over a surface mat composed of a loose reticulum of ropey, mycelial strands that become more distinct near margins; margins slightly even, appressed to raised, fimbriate; no odor at 2 and 6 wk; agar unchanged at 2 wk, partially bleached at 6 wk; not fruiting by 6 wk.
MEA 15-20; 38-40; GAA - or +, 0 ; TAA -, 0-tr; TyA -, tr; - or yellow, 17-20
Microscopic characters: Marginal hyphae 1.5-3.5 µm diam, thin walled, nodose septate, sparsely branched, usually branches arising opposite or from clamps. Submerged hyphae 1.5-5.5 µm diam, thin walled, nodose septate, moderately branched, developing numerous ampullate hyphae and clamps, these swelling up to 12.5 µm diam. Surface and aerial hyphae 2.5-5.5 µm diam, thin walled, nodose septate, sparsely branched, moderately encrusted with coarse, hyaline crystals, and developing numerous, ampullate hyphae and clamps, these swelling up to 10 µm diam.
Species code: 1. (2). 3c. 16. 26. 31d. 32. 36. (38). 40. 47.54.
Remarks: Trechispora regularis is associated with a white rot (Lowe 1966) of woody angiosperms in Iowa, Pennsylvania, and southeastern U. S. A. (Lowe 1966; Liberta 1973).

 
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