Bicincta type

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Bicincta-type (noun; ascospore term) – mature spores with two distinctly pigmented bands, each "wrapped around" one cell lumen, otherwise identical with the Physconia-type; e. g., Rinodina lecanorina (A. Massal.) A. Massal., Rinodina luridata (Körb.) H. Mayrhofer, Scheid. & Sheard, Buellia subaethalea de Lesd. Kind of:Physciaceae spore type.

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