Flagelloscypha




Geissel Haarbecherchen

aktualisiert: 28.04.2019

Autoren:
Flagelloscypha, Donk, 1951 / Calathella, D.A. Reid, 1964
Klassfikation:
Fungi, Dikarya, Basidiomycota, Agaricomycotina, Agaricomycetes, Agaricomycetidae, Agaricales, Niaceae
Aktueller Name:
Flagelloscypha Donk


Flagelloscypha und Lachnella scheinen in deren Stellung und bezüglich der Art- und Weise der Abgrenzung nicht vollkommen geklärt zu sein. U.A. besteht die Frage ob die Sporenform höher als die Intensität der Inkrustierung der Randhaare einzustufen ist.
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Gattungsbeschreibung Funga Nordica
Fruitbody cyphelloid with white hairy outside. Fruitbody low to deep cup-shaped or bell-shaped, sessile or very short stipitate, 0.1-1mm in diameter, resembling a small discomycete, white. Outside finely to coarsely hairy, white. Hymenium smooth, whitish.
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Spores pip-shaped or fusiform, often flattened on one side, more rarely ovoid to subglobose, hyaline, sometimes occurring in tetrads. Basidia clavate to suburniform, 2- or 4-spored, but mature basidia soon collapsing and often difficult to find. Clamps present. Cystidia absent. Outside covered with or very pale brownish hairs, thin- to thick-walled, wholly or partly encrusted, cylindrical with an obtuse apex, or in most species apically tapering into a smooth flagellate apex or apex capitately swollen, without iodine reactions or slightly dextrinoid. Conidia sometimes formed from apex of the flagella or from other hyphae associated with the fruitbody.
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