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Michael A. Castellano ; Jesús García Jiménez ; Efrén Cázares González ; James M. Trappe ;Revista Mexicana de Micología 2008, 28

Autor: Gonzalo Guevara Guerrero

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Revista Mexicana de Micología ISSN: 0187-3180 gerardo.mata@inecol.edu.mx Sociedad Mexicana de Micología México Guevara Guerrero, Gonzalo; Castellano, Michael A.; García Jiménez, Jesús; Cázares González, Efrén; Trappe, James M. Hysterangium (Hysterangiales, Hysterangiaceae) from northern Mexico Revista Mexicana de Micología, vol.
28, diciembre, 2008, pp.
95-100 Sociedad Mexicana de Micología Xalapa, México Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=88319381012 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative hyphae 1–3 µm in diam in a gelatinized matrix, clamp Materials and methods connections absent.
Basidia hyaline, cylindrical, 12–15 x ±4 µm, 4- or 6-spored. Methods of collection and macroscopic and microscopic Spores smooth, 11–12.5 (–15) x 4–5 µm, ellipsoid; study were generally those of Castellano et al.
(1989).
Colors apex acuminate, base sometimes slightly pedicellate; spore of fresh fruiting bodies were in general terms by the authors. wall less than 0.5 µm thick; utricle closely appressed, slightly Dried specimens were hand cut and mounted in 5% KOH for wrinkled, mostly on young spores; in KOH hyaline singly, microscopic observation.
Fungal collections are deposited at pale green in mass. ITCV (Instituto Tecnologico de Cd.
Victoria, Mexico) or OSC (Oregon State University) herbarium.
Digitized photomicrographs of macro and microscopic characters are on file at the Forestry Sciences Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon. Etymology: referring to the golden yellow to brown color of the dried sporocarp. Habit, habitat and season: Hypogeous, under Pinus teocote and P.
rudis; May, June, October and November. Collections examined: Oregon: Linn Co., Trout REVISTA MEXICANA DE MICOLOGÍA...





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