Anamorph: conidiomata to 400 µm diam., acervular, immersed below the outer layer of periderm, the wall composed of intertwined hyphae, dehiscence irregular, the conidial masses strongly erumpent and adhering in a large pulvinate gelatinous mass on the substratum surface. Conidiophores elongate, branched only at the base, thin-walled and flexuous, slightly expanded at the apex. Conidiogenous cells formed from the upper two or three cells of the conidiophore, budding laterally and terminally, forming a single dispersal unit to 35 µm diam. within a common gelatinous sheath. Conidia formed of up to six central cells, each with several short lateral bud-like branches that may in turn bud to produce a globose to cylindrical mass of small brown smooth aseptate sphaerical cells to 5 µm diam. Teleomorph: not known.