Prager et al 2006: Conidiophores (often only fragments) of cf. Taeniolella alta (Ehrenb.) Hughes (pers. comm. Aptroot: probably in case of the chains, possibly only for the single cells), known from wood and bark (Ellis and Ellis, 1997), single cells or chains (>10 cells), cells frustrum-shaped or hemispherical (4–8×6–9 μm), light brown, psilate.
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