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Fig. 5 | IMA Fungus

Fig. 5

From: Overview of Phacidiales, including Aotearoamyces gen. nov. on Nothofagus

Fig. 5

Morphological features of Aotearoamyces nothofagi compared to those of other genera in Tympanidaceae: A. Aotearomyces nothofagi (PDD 95741, 80575). B. Holwaya mucida (Dragisa Savic herb. without number; CUP 60122, 2006) C. Tympanis spp. (NYBG 423829, 1168034, 1168036; TAAM 165632) D. Durandiella gallica (S F196603, Baral herb. HB 9244). E. Claussenomyces spp. (TFCMic. 23325, 23950, 24408, 24011; CUP 3938). F. Grovesiella abieticola (DAVFP 23014; NYBG 1293222). G. Pragmopora amphibola (TFCMic. 23861, 23922, 23726). H. Myriodiscus sparassoides (TFCMic. 24582). Morphological features compared: 1. Apothecia, 2. section of the exciple, 3. ascospores (with or without conidia or ascoconidia), 4. asci, and 5. paraphyses. Mounted in: water = C4, D2, G2–G4, KOH =A2, A4, C2, E31, G5, H2, H5; CR = A3, B3, B5, C31−2, C5, D3, E2, E32, E5, F2–3, F5, H3–4; MLZ = A3, B2, B4, D4–5, E4, F4. Bars: A1–H1 = 500 µm; B2, H2 = 100 µm; A2, C2–G2, B4, C4–D4, D5 = 50 µm; A3–B3, C31 D3, E31, F3–H3, A4, E4–H4, A5–C5, E5–H5; 5 = 10 µm.

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