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 Ascomata. Perithecial, scattered or aggregated in small groups, embedded when young, becoming more or less superficial when old, sub globose to pyriform, 175-250 × 150-230 μm, smooth, bare, dark brown to black; neck short papilliform, smooth, bare, shining, black; peridium thin, slightly coriaceous. Asci. Subcylindrical, 150-180 (-200) × 25-28 μm, slightly broader below the middle, abruptly contracted below into a very short stipe, 8-spored, with spores arranged in two or three rows. Ascospores. Cylindrical, 48-59 × 9.5-11.5 μm, broadly rounded at the ends, straight or curved, dark brown and opaque at maturity, transversely 3-septate, markedly narrower at each septum; segments easily separable; terminal cells slightly longer than the mid-cells, tapering slightly toward the ends; germ slit oblique to diagonal; gelatinous sheath colourless, broad. Paraphyses. Filiform, septate, longer than the asci and mixed with them. 


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