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         The Genus Pseudotomentella Svrček

 

Species found in Germany in italic

1a.  Hyphae clamps present

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1b.  Hyphae clamps absent

3

2a.  Spores 6-7,5 µm

P. humicola

2b.  Spores 9-11 µm and chlamydospores on rhizomorphs present

P. vepallidospora

3a.  Spores brownish, subicular hyphae brown, thick-walled (P. tristis-complex)

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3b.  Spores hyaline to yellowish, subicular hyphae hyaline to pale brownish

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4a.   all Subicular hyphae < 4,5 µm

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4b.   most Subicular hyphae > 4,5 µm

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5a.   Spores Ø 7-8 µm, hymenium weakly cyanescent

P. rotundispora

5b.   Spores Ø 8-10 µm, hymenium strong cyanescent

P. media

6a.   Spores Ø < 8 µm

P. sciastra

6b.   Spores Ø > 8 µm

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7a.   Brown chlamydospores present on rhizomorphs

P. rhizopunctata

7b.   Chlamydosporen absent

8

8a.   Two types of spores present, 5,5-7 and 8-11 µm, hymenophore paler than the almost blackish subiculum

P. nigra

8b.   only one type of spores present, subiculum greyish to pale brown

9

9a.   Hymenium strong cyanescent, basidia up to 100 µm long, Hymenophor greenish-bluish

P. flavovirens

9b.   Hymenium not or weakly cyanescent

10

10a. Hymenophore lightgrey, subiculum darker than the fertile area

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10b. Hymenophore brownish, subiculum concolorous to paler than the fertile area, margin mostly white

P. mucidula

11a. Spores not lobed, spines long with forked apex

P. molybdaea

11b. Spores lobed with broad verrucae not or only shortly and bluntly echinulate

P. griseopergamacae

12a. Hymenium cyanescent

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12b. Hymenium not cyanescent

P. umbrina

13a. Spores Ø 9-10,5 µm

P. pluriloba

13b. Spores Ø 8-9 µm 

P. tristis