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Badhamiopsis cavifera Nann, -Bremek et Y. Yamam
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Badhamiopsis cavifera
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Badhamiopsis cavifera

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Overview
Sporocarps 0.3-0.4 mm diam. and slightly less tall, scattered, sessile, pulvinate, creamy-white, shining. Peridium yellow-brown, with white lime, with wide limy and slender ▒ perpendicular limeless tubular invaginations, the apices of the larger invaginations corresponding to dimples in the peridium. Capillitium scanty, in part merging with the invaginations, consisting of simple and ▒ straight or undulate or scantily branched and anastomosed, violet-brown tubules, with few or no lime granules, with axillary membranous expansions which are sometimes perforated or with dark, bulbous, limeless swellings. Spores pale grey, 13.5-15 Ám diam., with dense, dark spinules up to 0.5 Ám long.

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References
  • Nannenga-Bremekamp,N.E., Yamamoto, Y. 1988: Badhamiopsis cavifera (Myxomycetes), a new species from Japan. Shokubutsu-chiri-bunrui-kenkyo 63(6): 27-30.
  • Nannenga-Bremekamp,N.E., Yamamoto, Y. 1988: Badhamiopsis cavifera (Myxomycetes), a new species from Japan. Shokubutsu-kenky˙-zasshi 63(6): 27-30.

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