Wynnea sparassoides
Coll. from 2004 (Pennsylvania)
Coll. from 2004 (Pennsylvania)
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Wynnea sparassoides Pfister, Mycologia, 71 (1): 153 (1979).

 

Basionym Wynnea sparassoides Pfister, Mycologia, 71 (1): 153 (1979).

Diagnosis Apothecia sparassoidea in stipitibus haud ramosis. Partes fertiles ± globulosae, 6-8 cm diam, hinnuleae. Stipites cartilaginei 2 cm diam, 10 cm longi, parte exteriore brunnea, parte interior alba, solidi. Sclerotia ignota. Cortex, 80-100 µm, e cellulis globulosis et hyphis fuscis compositus. Medulla e textura intricata composita. Asci 350-375 × 16-20 µm. Ascosporae (32-)33-36 × 12-15 µm, ellipsoidae, triguttulatae, cum cristis longitudinalibus. Paraphyses septatae, 4-5 µm diam, apice 9-10 µm diam. Habitat a terram.
Holotypus: under leaf litter, Woodland Park, Darien, Connecticut, September 15, 1971, Mrs. Plant, CUP.

Type CUP-053251 - holotypus

MycoBank 325578

 

Literature
Bosman E.T. 1998. What does the red-backed vole have to do with Wynnea sparassoides and Wynnea americana in North America? McIlvainea, 13 (2): .
Pfister D.H. 1979. A Monograph of the genus Wynnea (Pezizales, Sarcoscyphaceae). Mycologia, 71 (1): 144-159.

Wynnea sparassoides
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