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Asexual morph: Hyphae 1.5–4 μm diam., mostly superficial, septate, branched, light to dark–brown. Conidiophores and conidia absent. Chlamydospores mostly apical, rarely intercalary, single or in chains, rarely branching, filamentous, straight or curved, mostly widest at the tips, tapering towards the base, 95–370(–500) x (8–)9–16 μm, 5.5–8 μm side at the base, with 11–43(–64) transverse septa, rarely with longitudinal or oblique septa, constricted at some of the septa, smooth, dark–brown, more or less uniform in colour throughout. Sexual morph: UIndetermined.
(Descriptions based on Kphlmeyer & Volkmann-Kohlmeyer (1998) and Suetrong et al. (2011)).
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