Observation 150327: Dicranophora fulva J. Schröter
When: 2013-10-28
(48.6188° -123.4361° 191m)
No herbarium specimen

Notes: This is a bright yellow turf on the surface of Suillus species, growing under Douglas fir. It is clearly killing the tissue of the bolete. The sporangiophores and sporangia have a considerable amount of an oil-soluble pigment. The turf is very delicate, and it took svereal attempts to make mounts that showed both the larger multi-spored sporangia and the smaller 1-spored sporangioles. Both of these structures are shown in the photomicrographs.

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Dicranophora 5.jpg
Image 1 shows sporangioles
Image 2 shows the columellas of 2 sporangia
Image 3 shows more young sporangioles
Image 4 shows a sporangium with peridium intact
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Dicranophora 7.jpg
Image 1 shows sporangioles
Image 2 shows the columellas of 2 sporangia
Image 3 shows more young sporangioles
Image 4 shows a sporangium with peridium intact
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Dicranophora 8.jpg
Image 1 shows sporangioles
Image 2 shows the columellas of 2 sporangia
Image 3 shows more young sporangioles
Image 4 shows a sporangium with peridium intact
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Dicranophora 9.jpg
Image 1 shows sporangioles
Image 2 shows the columellas of 2 sporangia
Image 3 shows more young sporangioles
Image 4 shows a sporangium with peridium intact

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Used references: Zygomycetes in Culture
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Nice work!
By: Martin Livezey (MLivezey)
2013-10-29 18:11:17 CDT (-0500)

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