Growing on the underside of a chunk of Quercus wood at the margins of a well-rotted Xenasmatella vaga. Other corticioid fungi may also have been present. Conidiophores mononematous. Stipe warted. Conidia smooth and not septate. Conidia measurements: (4.5) 4.9 – 5.8 (5.9) × (3.6) 3.8 – 4.4 (4.6) µm, Q = (1) 1.2 – 1.45 (1.5); N = 30, Me = 5.4 × 4.1 µm; Qe = 1.3

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DSC_4282 100x in NH4OH (2 drops), congo red (1 red) and phloxine (1 drop).JPG
DSC_4285 Conidia at 400x in NH4OH (2 drops), congo red (1 red) and phloxine (1 drop).JPG
DSC_4286 Stipe at 400x in NH4OH (2 drops), congo red (1 red) and phloxine (1 drop).JPG

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Used references: Seifert, K. A. (1985). A monograph of Stilbella and some allied hyphomycetes. Stud Mycol, 27, 1-235.
Barnett, H. L., & Hunter, B. B. (1998). Illustrated genera of imperfect fungi . The American Phytopathological Society. US Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Washington State University, Pullman. APS Press. USA. St. Paul, Minnesota USA. 218p.
Schroers, H. J., Samuels, G. J., Seifert, K. A., & Gams, W. (1999). Classification of the mycoparasite Gliocladium roseum in Clonostachys as C. rosea, its relationship to Bionectria ochroleuca, and notes on other Gliocladium-like fungi. Mycologia, 365-385.
Lombard, L., Van der Merwe, N. A., Groenewald, J. Z., & Crous, P. W. (2015). Generic concepts in Nectriaceae. Studies in Mycology, 80, 189-245.
Petch, T. (1939). Gliocladium. Transactions of the British Mycological Society, 22(3-4), 257-263.
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