Excerpt from Phytologia, Vol. 84: May, 1998
Rays: Homogeneous, composed of procumbent cells, 4-9 (3-11) per mm. Generally uniseriate, occasionally also some biseriate. Maximum number of cells rarely over 10, but in a few samples the highest rays up to 18-27 cells. However, th... e majority of the rays usually 1-4 cells in height.
Horizontal walls fairly thin to thick, sparsely pitted with large elliptical pits. End walls fairly thin to thick, well pitted.
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