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Remarks (public):The general habit of this fungus resembles that of very small specimens of Corticium Oakesii, of large species of Cenangium, or of a sessile Cyphella; from all of which Eichleriella Schrenkii is easily separated by its longitudinally septate basidia which show clearly in sectional preparations. The fructifications are much smaller than those of any other species of this genus heretofore described.
 
Description type:Original description 
Description:Eichleriella Schrenkii Burt, n. sp. Plate 27, fig. 8.
Type: in Mo. Bot. Gard. Herb. and in Farlow Herb.
Fructifications gregarious, coriaceous, sessile, pezizoid, oblong or rotund, wargin free and strongly inrolled, pubescent, smoke-gray; hymenium concave, pale smoke-gray to pallid neutral gray; basidia longitudinally septate, pyriform, 22 x 11 µm; spores white in collection on slide, simple, curved, pointed at base, 12-19 x 6-7.5 µm.
Fructifications 1-2 mm. long, 4-1 mm. broad, 4 mm. thick. On bark of dead limbs of Prosopis (mesquite). San Antonio, Texas. February.
Specimens examined: Texas: San Antonio, H. von Schrenk, type (in Mo. Bot. Gard. Herb., 42579), and also (in Mo. Bot. Gard. Herb., 42580). Hole, Priestman's River region, W A. Murrill, N. Y. Bot. Gard., Fungi of Jamaica, 180, immature specimen.

 
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