Species belonging to this genus are frequently grow on the ground, often forming mycelial crusts around the roots of trees. Most of the species are tropical. Pileus pulvinate, planoconvex and centrally depressed, fleshy, brownish-olive, hymenophore tubular; spores of the tube minute to medium sized; hymenophoral trama bilateral; spore-print light brownish-olive; spores short and cylindrical; all hyphae with clamp-connections.
KeywordsRainy Season Sulphuric Acid Local People Fruit Body Common Species
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