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Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Endophragmia hyalosperma (Corda) Morgan-Jones et Cole, 1964, Trans. Br. mycol. Soc., 47: 490. / in Matsushima (1975), p. 69.
Hab Petiolo putrido Daphyniphylli macropodi; Izu-Ohshima, Tokyo; iv. 1968; MFC-2379. ** Fimo lepi; Izumi-dake, Sendai City, Japonia; ix. 1973; MFC-4804.
Descr MFC-4804 in hospite: Conidiophora solitaria vel 2-3 fasciculata, erecta, recta, simplicia, septata, brunnea, sursum pallescentia, per proliferationes axiales successive elongata. Conidia obovoidea, 22-29 x 9.5-13 µm, basi conicotruncata 2.5 µm lata, 4-pseudoseptata, laevia, pallice brunnea.
Ref Morgan-Jones, G., & G. T. Cole, 1964, Trans. Br. mycol. Soc., 47: 489-495. => p. 490. Endophragmia hyalosperma (Corda) comb. nov. Conidiophores erect or ascending, simple, straight, dark brown, thick walled, pale near the tip, septate, up to 230 µm long, 3-5 µm thick, with a bulbous swelling at the base, 8-9 µm wide, and with up to 24 successive terminal proliferations. (annellations 2-5 µm apart). Conidia pyriform, colourless to pale-olive, smooth-walled, 4-pseudoseptate, 19-27 (av. 23) µm long, 9-11 µm wide in the broadest part, 3 µm broad to the base with a distinct marginal frill. No secondary conidia are formed. Widespread in the British Isles on dead herbaceous material and decaying wood. ** Ichinoe, M., 1967, Trans. mycol. Soc. Jap., 8: 66-67. => Endophragmia hyalosperma, from Japan, described and illustrated. ** Crane, J. L., 1972, Mycologia, 64: 661.
 
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