Rhodesiopsis gelatinosa B. Sutton & R. Campb., Nova Hedwigia 30: 290 (1979) 
Facesoffungi number: FoF 07579
Saprobic on leaves of Phormium tenax (Asphodelaceae) and Poa oliosa (Poaceae). Sexual morph: undetermined. Asexual morph: Conidiomata 400–700 µm diam., 120–200 µm high, orange-yellow, acervular, scattered to gregarious, initially immersed, becoming erumpent, circular to oval or irregular in outline, unilocular, glabrous, gelatinous, thick-walled, lacking an ostiole, but dehiscing by an irregular split in the overlying host tissue. Conidiomatal wall 10–40 µm wide, composed of thick-walled, brown to hyaline cells of textura angularis in the basal part. Conidiophores arising from the inner wall layer of basal stroma, hyaline, cylindrical to subcylindrical or irregular, branched, septate, smooth-walled, invested in mucus. Conidiogenous cells 10–20 × 3–4 μm, hyaline, enteroblastic, annellidic, clavate to subcylindrical, integrated, indeterminate, smooth-walled, with up to seven percurrent proliferations. Conidia 8–12 × 3–5 μm ( = 10 × 4 μm, n = 30), hyaline, ellipsoid to fusiform, with an obtuse or acute apex and a narrow and truncate base, unicellular, thick- and smooth-walled, guttulate, bearing an infundibuliform, flame-like or irregular, mucoid apical appendage and sometimes, a shorter and less conspicuous, mucoid, basal appendage.
Material examined: UK, Cornwall, Lizard, on the leaves of Phormium tenax (Asphodelaceae), B.C. Sutton, 18 April 1976 (IMI 202761C, holotype).
Rhodesiopsis gelatinosa (IMI 202761C, holotype) a, b Herbarium package and specimens. c–e Appearance of orange-yellow conidiomata on the host. f Vertical section of conidioma. g, h Conidiophores, conidiogenous cells and developing conidia. i–n Conidia. Scale bars: c–e = 200 µm, f = 100 µm, g–h = 10 µm, i–n = 5 µm.
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