Beltraminia type

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Beltraminia-type (noun; ascospore term; synonym: Buellia-type) – one-septate, walls moderately but evenly thickened throughout, lacking internal wall thickenings, with or without ornamentation, mature spores deep brown; named after the genus name Beltraminia, a synonym of Dimelaena, typically present in Buellia and related Physciaceae such as Dimelaena, Pyxine and Dirinaria; e. g., Buellia aethalea (Ach.) Th. Fr., Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd. Kind of:Physciaceae spore type.

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