Yellow colonies, yellow reverse, growing 9 cm diam., After four days, at 25 ° C, in MEA. Sporangiophores with inlaid wall, brown, 12–45 μm in diameter, erect, sinuous, curved inside. Simple, sympodial, monopodial, long or short ramifications. Yellow, globular and subglobous sporangia, with a vitreous aspect, 60–170 μm dia., With a balanced, deliquescent wall in mature sporangia and persistent in young people. Columelas light brown to yellow, variable in shape, piriform, some with central constriction, conical, oblong, ellipsoids, obovoides and subglobosae, with yellow content, 33.5–110 (–130) × 4–90 (–110) μm .; evident necklace. Yellow-green sporangiospores, with granular content, of variable shapes and sizes, elliptical, 5–13 (–21.5) × 3–11 (–16) μm, globular and subglobous, 7–18 μm in diameter, some irregular , 12–30 × 5–12 (–16) μm. Chlamydospores and zygosporangia not observed.
soil, decomposing animal, plant, fruit and vegetable droppings
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