Hugill, P. & Lucas, A., 2015
The microscopy companion to the Resupinates of Hampshire
The short introduction is followed by line drawings illustrating the terms used, then the glossary. This is followed by the polychotomous keys, separated into corticioids with single-celled basidia, resupinate polypores, and corticioids with septate basidia. Then follows eight pages of half-page photomicrographs illustrating many of the features.The remaining two sections, corticioids and polypores, are introduced by an orange page to more easily find them. The usual references and index complete the work.
|Comments and Corrigenda
||Various updates available from the principal author.
Above Sistotrema diademiferum on p32:
Smooth to porulose, greyish, spores narrowly ellipsoid Sistotrema porulosum
Below Pseudomerulius aureus on p33:
Smooth to granular, waxy, cream to grey. Cracking into small squares Sistotremastrum suecicum
In addition, the following:
On p25, for the fourth item, Hyphodontia alutacea, amend description as follows:
Cottony with densely crowded conical spines. Cystidia 50 – 70 μm, cylindrical, projecting
Directly under this entry add a new line:
Soft and netlike, occasionally granular appearance. Cystidia numerous 80 – 150+ μm, cylindrical, projecting Hyphodontia subalutacea
||All the Hampshire species known at the time.
||Line drawings of the features, 16 colour photomicrographs.