MycoKey : the species Bulbillomyces farinosus

Generic short diagnoses: A thin and waxy, white to watery greyish resupinate with long, thin-to thick-walled, crystal-bearing cystidia and thick-walled, inamyloid spores; most easily detected by the prominent water dispersed bulbil state (compare with Subulicystidium).


Bulbillomyces farinosus - DK: "æg-kalkskind"
closeup with anamorph

Bulbillomyces farinosus , "æg-kalkskind", vitgryn, Korreltjeszwam, Kørnchen-Bulbillenpilz
closeup with anamorph
Illustration and © Jens H. Petersen
Denmark, JHP-99.536
Bulbillomyces farinosus , "æg-kalkskind", vitgryn, Korreltjeszwam, Kørnchen-Bulbillenpilz
Illustration and © Jens H. Petersen
Denmark, JHP-99.536
Bulbillomyces farinosus , "æg-kalkskind", vitgryn, Korreltjeszwam, Kørnchen-Bulbillenpilz
anamorph
Illustration and © Jens H. Petersen
Denmark, JHP-03.004

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