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The spores are globose or nearly so, with a large "nucleus" nearly filling the spore.

The spores are globose or a broad oval, with a small papilla at one end.

The spores are globose, even, 3–3.5 in diameter, with minute pedicels.

The spores are globose, rough, usually mixed with the hyph tissue.

Spores yellow-brown in mass, globose or oval, even, 9–12 mic.

Spores in the mass blackish-brown, globose, even, 16–18 mic.

Spores in mass incarnate to brownish-red, globose, even, 7–9 mic.

The breastplate is globose, and has a central ridge called the tapul.

Globose glands are small globes, reniform glands are kidney-shaped.

A yellow variety with globose glands; ripening in September.

WORD ORIGIN

"spherical," early 15c., "large and formless," from Latin globosus "round as a ball," from globus (see globe).

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