Licea kleistobolus G.W. Martin

Martin 1942: Mycologia 34: 702
Type loc.: Austria, Oberösterreich, Hallstatt.

Fructification
Sporocarps scattred or in small groups, hemispherical to ± globose, ca. 0.1-0.2 mm Ø, shiny ochraceous, with circular, slightly paler lid, which is not sunken in moist sporocarps.

Hypothallus
Inconspicuous, not seen.

Peridium
Peridium thin, membraneous, ± smoky by TL, with refuse matter on the outside, lid circular, devoid of granular matter, smoky by TL, with ± globose protuberances on the inside, less than 1 µm high, and with scattered, irregular nodes, ca. 1-2 mm Ø, darker than membrane, looks like small aggregations of tiny globules.

Spores
Spores pale smoky by TL, ochraceous by RL, thin-walled, appearing ± smooth with scattered groups of small warts, the groups may be quite large, globose, 10-11.9-13.5 µm Ø (n=25).

Ecology
On litter of nedles and twigs from Juniperus communis ssp. nana; developed in moist chamber.

Distribution in Greenland
Unknown. So far only one find.

Distribution in Denmark
Unknown. Only few finds.

Global distribution
Reported from all over the wold.

Description
The description is based on the only find from Greenland: hfg 2646, Greenland, Arsuk Fjord, Kuutsaat (Ellerslie Havn).

 


Abbreviations: TL : transmitted light; RL : reflected light; Ø : diameter; TBU : Danish Botanical Topographical District.

Colour-codes refer to: Kornerup, A. & J. H. Wanscher 1974: Farver i farver. 5th reprint. Politikens Forlag, Copenhagen.

When not otherwise indicated spore measurements are given as: min-mean-max or (extreme-)min-mean-max(-extreme). Spore measurements are exclusive of ornamentation.

Line drawings are free hand sketches.

Distribution maps: Maps of Danish distributions are based on material seen by the author. World distributions are based on reports extracted from literature.

Licea kleistobolus:
Licea kleistobolus G.W. Martin - Sporocarps (hfg2646)
Sporocarps (hfg2450)
Licea kleistobolus G.W. Martin - Spores (hfg2646)
Sporocarps (hfg2450)
Licea kleistobolus G.W. Martin - Part of peridial lid (hfg2646)
Sporocarps (hfg2450)