fibrillose


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fibrillose

[′fīb·rə‚lōs]
(biology)
Having fibrils.
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5 cm diam, hemispherical to plano-convex, with obtuse umbo, dark brown in the centre fading towards camel brown at margin, fibrillose, margin entire; surface smooth, shiny, viscid.
are also comparable, since they also exhibit a smooth pileus, partial veil producing a membranous annulus or a fibrillose annular zone, two or four spored basidia, as well similar pleuro- and cheilocystidia (Noordeloos, 2011).
5 mm, ovate-lanceolate, upper margins involute, with blunt, dentate apex; hyaline cells densely fibrillose, upper cells with pores at ends and at corners, lower cells and marginal cells with large pores on ventral surface, with numerous, ringed, elliptic pores in the upper cells, gradually enlarged in the lower cells on the dorsal surface; green cells in cross section triangular, exposed on the ventral surface.
Pileus (10-) 20-40 mm diam, convex to subumbonate, smooth, dry, shiny, finely fibrillose, pale brown of beige to darker at the center, with blue hues overall; in dry specimens the surface has a cinnamon grayish brown color, without the blue hues; margin entire.
Caps: Conic to convex bearing superficial brownish fibrillose scales, 0.