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Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Cejpomyces terrigenus (Bres.) Svrcek & Pouz. - Ceska Mykol. 24: 5, 1970; Corticium terrigenum Bres., Ann. mycol. 1: 99, 1903.
Fruitbody thin, smooth, pale ochraceous and with indistinct margin.
Hyphal system monomitic, hyphae cyanophilous and without clamps,
8-10 µm in diameter, basal hyphae mostly parallel to the substrate and with somewhat thickened walls, dextrinoid in Melzer's reagent, hymenial hyphae thinwalled and non-dextrinoid.
Basidia ellipsoid to short cylindrical, mostly 20-25 x 8-10 µm with 2-6 (mostly 4) large sterigmata, 10-20 µm long; protoplasm with oil-drops and granular or grainy content.
Spores oblong, narrowly ovate to subcylindrical, apically obtuse 12-17 x 6-7 µm, smooth, non-amyloid, cyanophilous, protoplasm with oil-drops and granular consistency.
Habitat. Growing on soil and strongly decayed wood.
Distribution. Very rare and only a few collections are known from Poland, England, Czechoslovakia and Sweden. The Swedish material was collected by K. Hjortstam in AlingsÀ¥s, (det. L. Weresub.), and by K.H. Larsson in Skepplanda parish, both in Västergötland and on strongly decayed wood of Picea abies. Larsson reports that his collection was made on moist ground among patches of Sphagnum in a steep, shady slope in a brook valley.
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