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Dendrominia burdsallii (Corticiales, Basidiomycota), a new species from ArizonaAuthor(s): Karen K. Nakasone
Source: North American Fungi. 9(2): 1-5.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionDendrominia burdsallii is proposed as a new species that occurs on bark of living Arbutus arizonica in southern Arizona. Its most striking feature is the very large, narrowly cylindrical to allantoid basidiospores, (30-) 37-50 × 10-12 (-13.5) µm, with hyaline, thin, smooth, acyanophilous walls.
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CitationNakasone, Karen K. 2014. Dendrominia burdsallii (Corticiales, Basidiomycota), a new species from Arizona. North American Fungi. 9(2): 1-5.
KeywordsArizona madrone, catahymenium, Corticiales, Dendrominia, Vuilleminia
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