Fruit bodies are gelatinous, watery white, up to 7.5 cm (3 ins) across (larger in cultivated specimens), and composed of thin but erect, seaweed-like, branching fronds, often crisped at the edges. Microscopically, the hyphae are clamped and occur in a dense gelatinous matrix. Haustorial cells arise on the hyphae, producing filaments that attach to and penetrate the hyphae of the host. The basidia are tremelloid (ellipsoid, with oblique to vertical septa), 10-13 by 6.5-10 μm, sometimes stalked. The basidiospores are ellipsoid, smooth, 5-8 by 4-6 μm, and germinate by hyphal tube or by yeast cells.
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