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Tremella rhytidhysterii new species parasitic on rhytidhysterium rufulum

, : Tremella rhytidhysterii new species parasitic on rhytidhysterium rufulum. Canadian Journal of Botany 56(24): 3021-3033

A new species of basidiomycete parasitizing the ascocarps of R. rufulum is described and named T. rhytidhysterii. The mycelial interaction between the 2 spp. is studied with both light microscopy and EM. The cytological development of basidia and basidiospores is also described. Ultrastructural aspects of the Cryptococcus imperfect state are described and compared.

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