Biscogniauxia anceps (Sacc.) J. D. Rogers, Y.-M. Ju, & Cand.
TELEOMORPH | CULTURES AND ANAMORPH | SPECIMENS EXAMINED | NOTES
Biscogniauxia anceps differs from B. uniapiculata in having abundant
ascospores that remain hyaline at maturity, in having broader ascospores, i.e., 10-13 x
7-9 (-10) mm vs. (9-) 10-14 x 5-7 mm,
and in having a larger cellular appendage. Both cells of the hyaline ascospore germinate
in high percentages (Rogers et al., 1996).