The order Filobasidiales contains Basidiomycetous yeasts that have a club fungus-type sexual form or teleomorph and a yeast-like asexual form or anamorph.
Photograph and information from MicrobeWiki on this genus of encapsulated yeasts, including a descriptionof its appearance, cell structure, metabolism and ecology.
Article from Wikipedia on this species, the perfect (sexual) form or teleomorph of which is called Filobasidiella, but the imperfect (asexual) form or anamorph is called Cryptococcus.
Article from Wikipedia on this encapsulated yeast-like fungus that replicates by budding but has a telemorphic form Filobasidiella neoformans which is a club fungus.
Itersonilia perplexans (an anamorphic basidiomycete)
Two magnified images of spores of this basidiomycetic yeast germinating to produce a short tube with a single hyaline basidiospore.
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