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subglobose

(sʌbˈɡləʊbəʊs) or

subglobular

adj
not quite globe-shaped
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Morphologically, the taxon is characterized by the presence of a medium to considerably larger pileus with glutinous to viscid surface colored gray-orange to orange white or with paler to white margin; adnate to shallowly adnexed, white, distant lamellae with 2-3 series of lamellulae; globose to subglobose basidiospores measuring 19-25x18-23 [micro]m in diameter; an ixotrichoderm type of pileipellis; well-developed, stalked, pleuro- and cheilocystidia; presence of one- to few-celled caulocystidia with heterogeneous contents; and lignicolous habit.
Asci bitunicate, globose, subglobose, to elliptic, sessile, 8-spored, 13.5-18 x (-8) 11.5-15 (-17) [micro]m.
Conidia globose to subglobose, 2-3pm in diameter (Figs.
The drupes are subglobose to obovoid and are red to black at maturity.
Conidia globose to subglobose in shape, 2.8 - 4.6 um in size, smooth to conspicuously rough walled and have irregular ridges.
Antheridia are hemispheric to subglobose and develop on the abaxial surface of the cushion and wings of cordiform-spatulate gametophytes of A.
The male flowers are subglobose 1 mm in diameter and are in ovoid axillary kittens or fixed in short stitches; the female flowers are globular, small with thin scales verticillate by three, welded at the base.
The thick mycelia were light brown and had diaphragms and branches, with subglobose chlamydospores inside.
Furthermore, conidiophores predominantly biverticillate with broom like structure having conidiabroadly ellipsoidal or subglobose, sporadically smooth, delicately roughened (Fig.
Female flowers: to 4-5 mm wide at anthesis; sepals 3(4), <1 mm long, triangular, red tipped; petals 3(4), lanceolate to broadly lanceolate, 1 mm long, 0.5 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.
litschaueri 13 Not as above 14 14 Basidiospores broadly ellipsoid to ovoid 15 to subglobose 14 Basidiospores ellipsoid to cylindrical 16 15 Cystidia basally widened, narrowing H.