|SPORANGIA: sessile, scattered, subglobose, 0.3 to 0.7 mm. diam., or forming terete curved or straight plasmodiocarps up to 4 mm. in length, rugulose or nearly smooth, yellow or orange; sporangial wall membranous, with included clusters of yellow lime-granules, the wall yellow on the inside.|
CAPILLITIUM: yellow or pale orange, a coarse network charged with yellow lime-granules, sometimes with a few hyaline threads.
|SPORES: F ree, 10 - 13 µm diam., violet-brown, spinulose, often paler and smoother on one side.|
|HABITAT:: On dead wood.|
DISTRIBUTION: Cosmopolitan, known from Auckland and Otago Lakes.