Boerlagiomyces velutinus (Penz. & Sacc.) Butzin, Willdenowia 8(1): 39 (1977).

 ≡Boerlagella velutina Penz. & Sacc., Malpighia 11(9-10): 404 (1897)

Saprobicon decaying wood or culms in petioles of Plectocomia sp.Sexual state:Ascomata 500–600µmdiam., superficial, seated on black subiculum, globose to pyriform, dark brown, scattered,ostiolate, with sparse, flexuous, black, septate, velvety, hyphal appendages, 210–250´3–6µm, black, septate, surrounded black mycelium.Peridium composed of carbonaceous, multilayered walls.Hamathecium composed of filiform, hyaline pseudoparaphyses. Asci200–250´ 30–35 µm, 8-spored, bitunicate, elongate, cylindric-clavate, apically rounded, narrowing towards base, short-pedicellate or apedicellate. Ascospores90–120´12–14 µm, 2–3-seriate, cylindric-fusoid, gentlycurved,obtuseat both ends, muriform, 25–30-septate, notconstrictedat septa,hyaline, smooth-walled(adapted from Penzig and Saccardo 1904).Asexual state: Unknown.

 Fig. 1 Boerlagiomyces velutinus (Redrawn from Penzig & Saccardo 1904), as Boerlagella velutina). a, b Substrate and ascoma, 500–600 µm diam. c Ascus, mycelium and pseudoparaphyses, ascus size: 200–250 ´ 30–35 µmd Ascospores, 90–120 ´ 12–14 µm