Spores pale yellow to butter yellow, globose to subglobose. The germ wall 1 comprises two hyaline layers ornamented with knotty processes.
Due to the lack of adequate information to make a direct or indirect assessment of its risk of extinction, based on its distribution and / or population status, I would suggest that this species be categorized as insufficient data (DD).
The species, according to GBIF, is registered in only 3 countries with a low number of occurrences (23). However, at least for Brazil, this number is much higher.
With the increase in actions that encourage research by few groups mentioned in the IUCNS, it is believed that the number of occurrences for this species is even greater than those mentioned for this site.
In Brazil, this species is registered in different biomes, such as Amazon rainforest, Cerrado, Atlantic rainforest and Caatinga. In the Caatinga, this species occurred in different habitats, such as:agrosystems, imapacted areas and rupestrian fields and experimental station
As Brazilian biomes are being occupied at different scales and speeds by man, extensive areas of native vegetation are being devastated. Thus, the removal of vegetation and soil disturbance constitute a risk to the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi community.
Conservation actions aimed at preserving the terrestrial ecosystem as a whole (soil + associated vegetation), consequently will have an effect on the conservation of these species.
Studies on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi are still very recent. Thus, there are many gaps on different aspects of ecology and distribution both for this species and for the group in general.
WINAGRASKI, Etienne et al. DIVERSITY OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN FOREST ECOSYSTEMS OF BRAZIL: A REVIEW. Cerne, v. 25, n. 1, p. 25-35, 2019.
JOBIM¹, KHADIJA; OLIVEIRA, BRUNA IOHANNA SANTOS; GOTO, BRUNO TOMIO. Checklist of the Glomeromycota in the Brazilian Savanna. 2016.
MAIA, Leonor Costa et al. Species diversity of Glomeromycota in Brazilian biomes. Sydowia, v. 72, p. 181-205, 2020.