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Endocalyx melanoxanthus (Berk.& Br.) Petch. 1908, Ann.Bot.22:389
Fructifications: bright greenish yellow shallow cups containing dark brown to black conidia. Conidia smooth, 12 – 15 × 10 -14 mu in face view, 6 – 9 thick; longitudinal germ slit often well defined. Common in Panama, especially on palms, including Cocos, Dypsis, Phoenix, Ptychosperma and Areca.
substrate? spore sizes? any reasoning for arriving at this name?
Do you ignore requests for additional information willingly or is it the language barrier? ¿Sería mejor si yo hablaria en español? ¿Una otra idioma?
Created: 2012-02-15 13:57:17 AEDT (+1100)
Last modified: 2012-02-15 13:59:54 AEDT (+1100)
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