A specimen of fungus is brought by a student for identification. Upon close examination, he discovered that its hyphae are completely septate and it has gills on the underside of the pileus. To which fungal group does it most likely belong ?
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Correct Answer : A.
The pileus, or cap, is a common characteristic of the club fungi (basidiomycetes). The mycelium is branched and septate.