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 Add this item to the list   Gloeophyllum sepiarium
   
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Remarks (public):Our collections and the results of pairings established without doubt the occurrence of G.sepiarium in India. The basidiocarps are characterised by often forming daedaloid to round pores towards the base and lamellae elsewhere on the pore surface. Significant cultural characters are the consistent presence of simple septate hyphae in the advancing mycelium and clamped hyphae rearwards, and development of thin- to thick-walled clamped hyphae with repeatedly branched short swelled branches in the aerial mycelium. 
Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Gloeophyllum sepiarium
Collections studied.India-VBMH 6994, 7214, 75125, 86126 FRI 87a ; United States: CFMR 105468, 105469 .
Basidiocarp annual, sessile, effused-reflexed, soiitary or imbricate, coriaceous to corky, 1.0-12 x 1.0-7.2 x 0.2-0.8 cm, margin acute, thin to thick, pileus surface yellowish to reddish brown when fresh, when old brown to snuff brown and scrupose with coarse protuberances, zonate mixed with smooth and hispid bands; context 1-3 am thick, snuff brown and soft when fresh, reddish brown, flexible to corky when old; pore surface yellowish brown, pores usually lamellar, occasionally daedaloid or poroid towards the base, lamellae often dentate, irregularly spaced, 12-15 per cm.
Hyphal system trimitic. Generative hyphae clamped, hyaline to pale brown, few dark brown, thin-to thick-walled (Fig.1), few solid (Fig.2), 2-4 µm wide; skeletal hyphae subhyaline to yellowish brown, usually unbranched, some showing a few apical branches, thick-walled to solid, 2.5-4.5 µm wide (Fig.3); binding hyphae hyaline to pale brown, thick-walled to solid, with short branches, 1.5-3.2 µm wide (Fig.4), not common and found only in lower context. Basidia 4-sterigmate, 14-22 x 4.5-6 µm (Fig.5). Basidiospores hyaline, cylindric, thin-walled, 8.5-12 x 2.5-4.5 µm (Fig.6). Cystidia subulate to fusaid, hyaline to subhyaline, thick-walled, smooth, rarely apically encrusted (Fig.7).
ROT: Brown rot.


 
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