The thick mycelia were light brown and had diaphragms and branches, with subglobose
Furthermore, conidiophores predominantly biverticillate with broom like structure having conidiabroadly ellipsoidal or subglobose
, sporadically smooth, delicately roughened (Fig.
laticuspis is a bushy plant with epiphyllous inflorescences at or near the base of the leaf acumen, with globose to subglobose
fruit, 5 to 7 mm long and 4.
5 mm wide; staminodes (5)6, anthers <1 mm long, sterile, filaments 1 mm long, free, inserted on edge of annular, papillose disk; ovary superior, 3-celled, style short, stigma 3-lobed, tiny; fruits subglobose
, 3-angles, glabrous; exocarp 3-valved; pyrene one per fruit, covered all by a yellow-reddish pseudoaril; seeds one per fruit, rounded, 5-6 mm diameter, hilum with an irregular depression.
9 mm Conidial shape Globose to subglobose
Philospore size 2.
UREDINIOSPORES are single celled, globose-ovoid or subglobose
alata are anatropous, subglobose
, bitegmic, and crassinucellate, with a narrow conical nucellus (see Figure 4D, E).
The fruit is a subglobose
schizocarpic capsule to 1.
to ovoid, 25-35 x 20-35 mm, prolonged in a collar up to 10 cm, sheathing the underground stem; cataphylls dark-brown, broadly ovate, apex truncate or acute.
Based on the microscopic observations, the spore of mushroom A was subglobose
in shape and brownish in colour while the spore of mushroom B was elliptical in shape and violet brownish.
Head in general form transverse, subtrigonal: occiput in cephalic aspect transverse truncate, with very low and rounded juxta-ocular swellings: front dorsad of the ocelli with arcuate carination: facial shield strongly transverse, low the width at least three times the greatest depth, dorsal margin arcuate, clypeus produced in a conical tubercle: eyes prominent, almost semicircular in outline when seen from the front, and subglobose
in dorsal view, in lateral view the eyes are ovate in basal outline: antennae imperfect, proximal joint small.
Antenna with scape short, ring-like; pedicel subglobose