“…Ramariopsis include species with medium basidia (ca. 23–38 µm long), short spores (mean < 5.8 µm long) with roughened surface ornamentation, medium apicular prominence and branched basidiomata. Nearly all are white to tan or pale yellow, and many species react to ferric salts. This clade corresponds to Ramariopsis sensu Corner (1970) plus species with spores that appear smooth under light microscopy he classified as Clavulinopsis…”
Reference: Mayor, Jordan R., K. Martin Ryberg, and P. Brandon Matheny. “Short title: Overview of the Clavariaceae A systematic, morphological and ecological overview of the Clavariaceae (Agaricales) Joshua M. Birkebak1 Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Tennessee, 332 Hesler Biology Building, Knoxville, Tennessee 37996-1610.” (2013).
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