Morphological features of Pseudographis. a–e, g, l–o Pseudographis pinicola a dried apothecia on bark b same apothecia hydrated c–e hydrated apothecia g dead ascus containing living ascospores (cb), l ascospores m ascus containing mature ascospores, detail of apex (in dilute L) n ascospore emerging from ascus apex (Cr) o ascus apex. f, h–k, p–r Pseudographis elatina f hydrated ascomata h 15 µm thick longitudinal section i–j ascospores k ascospores (in dilute L) p detail of ascus apex (L) q turgid ascus r same ascus (in dilute L). All microphotographs of cells and tissues mounted in water unless otherwise noted: cresyl blue (cb), Congo red (Cr), Lugol’s solution (L). † = dead, * = living. Scale bars: 1 mm (a–f); 50 µm (h, q–r); 20 µm (i–k); 10 µm (g, n–p); 5 µm (l–m). Specimens photographed: P. pinicola: a–b, g, l–o, FH-18061706; c–e courtesy of Adam Polhorský; P. elatina: GJO-0090016.

  Part of: Karakehian JM, Quijada L, Friebes G, Tanney JB, Pfister DH (2019) Placement of Triblidiaceae in Rhytismatales and comments on unique ascospore morphologies in Leotiomycetes (Fungi, Ascomycota). MycoKeys 54: 99-133.