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Chlorociboria sp. · žaliagrybis

  • Green Cup Fungus, Turquoise Elfcup, Green Elfcup
  • hlorociborija
  • chlorówka

Two common temperate zone species, Chlorociboria aeruginascens and Chlorociboria aeruginosa, can only reliably be distinguished by microscopic examination. C. aeruginosa has larger spores. The hyphae and fruit bodies of all species make xylindein, a secondary metabolite that stains the substrate wood blue-green, with "green oak" being a valued commodity in woodworking. Blue-green stain is evident year-round, with ascocarp production occurring from summer to fall.

Chlorociboria aeruginascens ir Chlorociboria aeruginosa labai panašūs, reikia mikroskopo: skiriasi sporų dydis, ir vaisiakūnių paviršinių ląstelių forma. Nuo grybienos išskiriamo pigmento pažaliuoja mediena. 6012

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