Milvina type

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Milvina-type (noun; ascospore term) – one-septate, the apical wall thickenings intermediate between Physcia- and Physconia-type, thus with two cell lumina that are less angular than the Physcia-type, but more angular than the Physconia-type; named after Rinodina milvina (Wahlenb.) Th. Fr. Kind of:Physciaceae spore type.

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