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  • Björnekaer,K. 1964: (Hemitrichia stipitata found in Danmark). Friesea : 7: 367-368.
  • Farr,M.L. 1974: Earlier names for Hemitrichia stipitata (Myxomycetes). Mycologia 66: 887-888.
  • Hochgesand,E., Gottsberger, G. 1996: Myxomycetes from the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Brazil.Bol.Inst.Bot. 10: 1-46.
  • Härkönen,M., Saarimäki, T. 1991: Tanzanian Myxomycetes: first survey. Karstenia 31: 31-54.
  • Lizárraga,M., Illana, C., Moreno, G. 1999: SEM studies of the Myxomycetes from the Peninsula of Baja California (Mexico), II. Hemitrichia to Trichia. Annales botanici Fennici 36: 187-210.
  • Lizárraga,M., Moreno, G., Illana, C. 1998: First records of myxomycetes from the state of Sinaloa, Mexico. Micologia e Vegetazione Mediterranea 13(2): 167-176.
  • Rammeloo,J. 1975: Morphology and structure of Hemitrichia calyculata (Speg.) Farr and H. clavata (Pers.) Rost.. Biol.Jb.Dodonaea 43: 228-232.

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Nomenclature:

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Status: Accepted

Name: Hemitrichia calyculata

Author: (Speg.) M.L. Farr

Citation: Mycologia 66(5): 887 (1974) / Farr, M.L. 1974. Earlier names for Hemitrichia stipitata (Myxomycetes). Mycologia. 66:887-888

Classification:

Domain: Eukarya

Phylum: Mycetozoa

Class: Myxogastria

Order: Trichiales

Family: Trichiaceae

Genus: Hemitrichia

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SPORANGIA : stalked, scattered to gregarious, 1-3 mm tall. Sporotheca turbinate to subglobose, erect, bright to dark yellow, 0.8-1.4 mm in diameter (when expanded).
STALK : slender, reddish brown to black, 0.5-2.0 mm long, expanded at the top to form a distinct funnel-shaped cup.
HYPOTHALLUS : irregular or discoid, light to dark reddish brown.
PERIDIUM : membranous, yellow, persisting in the lower half as a distinct calyculus that often has a petaloid margin.
CAPILLITIUM : consisting of a dense network of smooth yellow threads, marked with four or five spiral bands, 5-7 µm in diameter.
SPORES : pale yellow, minutely spiny to delicately reticulate, 7-8 µm in diameter.
PLASMODIUM : yellow, becoming red during fruiting.
HABITAT : Decaying wood and (less commonly) bark, especially that from broadleaf trees.

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