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Guttules in generative hyphae and/or subicular hyphae
Cylindrical to narrowly cylindrical spores
Basidia with 6 sterigmata
The basidioma is variable in appearance, sometimes very cracked

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Used references: Telleria, M. T., Melo, I., Dueñas, M., Salcedo, I., Beltrán-Tejera, E., Rodríguez-Armas, J. L., & Martín, M. P. (2013). Sistotremastrum guttuliferum: A new species from the Macaronesian islands. Mycological Progress, 12(4), 687–692.
Based on microscopic features: Spores cylindrical to narrowly cylindrical, inamyloid, indextrinoid, acyanophilous, (6.2) 6.5-8.1 (9.3) µm long, (2.5) 2.7-3.1 (3.2) µm wide, with a length:width ratio of (2.1) 2.2-2.8 (3.6)
Basidia subclavate to subtubular, sometimes with a slight constriction at the waist, (16.6) 17.6-20.8 (22.0) µm long and (6.0) 6.2-7.0 (7.2) µm wide, 6 sterigmata (4.6) 4.8-5.5 (5.6) µm long, shriveling up as the basidia age
Hyphae monomitic, clamped at all septa, subicular hyphae somewhat thick-walled, (3.6) 3.9-5.1 (5.3) µm wide, cytoplasm of generative hyphae and/or subicular hyphae filled with small oil drops

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