Abdomen ovate, the first node of the petiole oblong, the second globose.
The spores are globose or nearly so, with a large "nucleus" nearly filling the spore.
The berry is globose and three-quarters of an inch in diameter.
The spores are globose, rough, usually mixed with the hyph tissue.
The ovary is three-celled, with the cells one or many seeded, and the fruit is a globose berry.
Spores yellow-brown in mass, globose or oval, even, 9–12 mic.
They are globose or rounded in outline, 5–7 angled, with an oil globule, 8–10 µ in diameter.
Spores in the mass blackish-brown, globose, even, 16–18 mic.
Dolium has a large, globose but thin shell, ornamented with revolving ribs.
The breastplate is globose, and has a central ridge called the tapul.