Urnula padeniana
Coll. Jan. 2008
Coll. Jan. 2008
© F. Stevens

Urnula padeniana M. Carbone, Agnello, A.D. Parker & P. Alvarado, Ascomycete.org, 5 (1): 14 (2013).

 

Basionym Urnula padeniana M. Carbone, Agnello, A.D. Parker & P. Alvarado, Ascomycete.org, 5 (1): 14 (2013).

Diagnosis Ascome blackish, massive, fleshy, rubbery, up to 9 cm wide and up to 7 cm high, context gelatinous. Spores (23-) 25-30 (-32) × 11-13 μm, elliptical to slightly subfusoid, often slightly inequilateral, hyaline, smooth, with 1-3 (-4) guttules; paraphyses closely septate especially toward the tips; hymenial hairs straight, not-septate; flesh divided into a brownish subhymenium of thick textura intricata, a medullary excipulum of loose, hyaline, highly gelified textura intricata, a brown ectal excipulum of textura globulosa to subglobulosa; external hairs mainly hyphoid, heavily encrusted by a brownish crystalloid pigment, but also olivaceous true hairs are present, although in a less percentage. Differs from Sarcosoma globosum in black colors and the absence of moniliod external hairs; from Plectania species in bigger size, more gelatinous flesh, and a different morphology of the external hairs. Holotype in Washington University Herbarium, accession number WTU-F-33051.

Type WTU F-33051 - holotypus

MycoBank 801355

Notes
1) U. padeniana corresponds to Sarcosoma mexicanum in the sense of Paden & Tylutki (1969).

 

Literature
Carbone M., Agnello C., Parker A. 2013. Urnula padeniana (Pezizales) sp. nov. and the type study of Bulgaria mexicana. Ascomycete.org, 5 (1): 13-24. 
Medel R., Chacón S. 2000. Contribución al conocimiento del género Plectania (Pezizales, Sarcosomataceae) en México. Acta Botanica Mexicana, 50: 11-19.
Paden J.W., Tylutki E.E. 1969. Idaho Discomycetes. II. Mycologia, 61 (4): 683-693.


Classification Sarcosomataceae, Urnula


CreatedDate 26/03/2018.

UpdatedDate 26/03/2018.

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