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Hu, Hung-Tao. Glomus spinosum sp. nov. in the Glomaceae from Taiwan, Mycotaxon 83: 159-164, 2002.

ABSTRACT: Glomus spinosum forms yellow brown to dark red brown spores in sporocarps or single in the soil. The chlamydospores are 40-90µm in diam, and have a 4-10µm thick wall which consists of a thin pale yellow-brown outer wall covered with a hyaline to light yellow dense mass of flexible hairy spines, up to 15µm long and each up to 3µm in diameter, a thick dark brown laminated middle wall with warts on the surface, up to 1µm high, and a thin yellowish brown inner wall in one wall group. Glomus spinosum forms typical vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae with Cunninghamia lanceolata and other plant species.

KEYWORDS: Cunninghamia lanceolata, sporocarp, vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae

Glomus spinosum H.T. Hu, p. 160

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