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Page number:1043 
Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Basidiodendron cinerea (Bres.) comb. nov. (Figs. 36A-46).
Sebacina cinerea Bres. Fungi Trid. 2: 99. 1892,
Thelephora cinerea (Bres.) Sacc. Syll. Fung. 16: 183. 1902. Not T. cinerea Fries 1821.
Exidiopsis cystidiophora Höhn. Ann. Myc. 3: 323. 1905.
Sebacina murina Burt, Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 13: 337. 1926.
Sebacina gloeocystidiata Kühner, Le Botaniste 17: 26. 1926.
Bourdolia cinerea (Bres.) Bourd. & Galz. Hymen. Fr. 49. 1928.
Thin, broadly effused, waxy-gelatinous or arid-waxy, drying smooth or pruinose-reticulate, occasionally vernicose, varying from grayish white to pale drab gray (R) or pale ochraceous buff (R), becoming clay color when older; a basal layer next to substratum composed of indistinct agglutinated horizontal hyphae measuring 1.5-2 µm; gloeocystidia flexuous, cylindric to clavate-cylindric, rarely incrusted, with hyaline then yellowish contents which finally become resinous, fragmented, 16-35(-60) x 4-7.5 µm, originating from a basal layer of indistinct hyphae or from clamps on fertile branches (Figs. 43, 46); dendrophyses or simple paraphysoids present 1-2 µm, straight or tortuous, emanating from clamps on system of fertile hyphae, generally nonemergent (Figs. 37, 40, 41); probasidia pyriform to obovate 10.5-15 x 8-13 µm; (Figs. 36A-38, 43) basidia at surface, obovate often elongating, becoming 2- to 4-celled by a longidutinal septum, with clamp connections at base and short lateral proliferations which grow out from indistinct clamps (Figs. 39-40, 42-44); fertile branches ascending 1.5-2.5 µm in diameter, with prominent nodes occurring along the sides of stalks subtending old and collapsed basidia forming an involucre and bearing at the apices, in clusters, younger basidia (Fig. 40); sterigmata cylindric with apex blunt, or subulate 8-15(-25) x 2-3 µm; spores ovate to oblong, flattened on one side and slightly curved, guttulate, apiculate 8-11(-I3) x 6-8 µm, germinating by repetition or by germ-tube formation (Fig. 45).
Type: Trento, Italy.
Habitat: On bark and decayed wood of Thuja occidentalis, Pinus strobus, Abies balsamea, Populus spp., Acer spp., Salix spp., Fraxinus spp., Fagus grandifolia.
Specimens examined: Mexico: Cordoba, Jan. 1910, Virgin Forest on mountain side 8001500 ft., W. A. & B. L. Murrill (in BPI 54603 as Sebacina murina, Type).
 
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