fibrillose


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fibrillose

[′fīb·rə‚lōs]
(biology)
Having fibrils.
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Pileus 2.5 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.
Stipe: 1.0-1.5cm long and 1-2mm wide, cylindric, position central, surface fibrillose, concolor with the pileus.
Branch leaves 0.9-1.4 x 0.4-0.5 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.
Caps: Conic to convex bearing superficial brownish fibrillose scales, 0.9-2.2 cm broad; surface viscid, dark brown to red-brown; margin appendiculate; clamp connections present in the scale fibrils; cap tissue pallid to yellow, turning yellow overnight.
Stipe 35-51 X 3-8 mm, central, cylindrical to slightly broader at base; surface dry, slightly fibrillose to scabrose, squamulose below the annulus, white (28A1) at the top to greenish grey (28B2) near base.
Endoperodial body sessile 2 cm across globose to subglobose or slightly depressed onion shaped when not depressed smooth seated in saccate slightly depressed basel area of exoperidium grayish brown with occasional darker tints; Peristome fibrillose and conical dark brown surrounded by circular shallow groove.