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Wood is being stained red by the fungus
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Fresh, mature fruiting bodies with pale hymenium and red outer walls
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Older fruiting bodies with collapsed hymenium; the red colour of the whole fruiting body comes from the outer red wall
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Outer wall of fruiting bodies is pigmented red, fruiting body is sitting on red subiculum which is a mat of red-pigmented hyphae
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Red outer wall of the fruiting body; red pigment is unstable and easily destroyed in alkaline condition
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Red outer wall of the fruiting body; red pigment is unstable and easily destroyed in alkaline condition
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Portion of the cross-section showing asci, paraphyses, pale subhymenium and a red-pigmented wall
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Hyphae of the subiculum range from whitish to red; 3.5-4 µm wide
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Ascus with 8 ascospores; ascospores with one to three septae, (10-)11-12(-13-15) x 3-3.5 µm, hyaline
Mounted in Melzer; the ascus pore is briefly blue (Melzer-positive)
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Paraphyses variably branched or unbranched
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Paraphyses variably branched or unbranched
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