Each specimen had a profusion of white baseball bat-shaped synnemata, some of which had secondary synnemata growing out of the first.
Phialides were long and slender, and the conidia were ellipsoid. The conidia coated the entire surface of the synnemata. Synnematal growth was very dense on two of the colonies, but sparse on the ball of dung. Cultures grown in the lab produced spider web like mycelia, with stubby synnemata.