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Cribraria persoonii Nann, -Bremek
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Cribraria persoonii
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Cribraria persoonii

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Cribraria persoonii
© The Eumycetozoan Project, 2006 · 0
Cribraria persoonii
Cribraria persoonii
© The Eumycetozoan Project, 2006 · 0
Cribraria persoonii

Cribraria persoonii
© The Eumycetozoan Project, 2006 · 0
Cribraria persoonii
Overview
Sporocarps gregarious, often in large colonies, erect or nodding, 1.5-2 mm total height. Sporotheca hazelnut brown, 0.7-1 mm diam. Hypothallus dark brown, common to a colony. Stalk subulate, plicate, 50-65% of the total height, the lower part dull dark brown to black, brown above. Peridium with the lower 33% as a well-developed cup with fine concentric wrinkles bearing dark calcic granules, c. 1 Ám diam. especially in the upper part, the cup margin even and with long, regularly spaced and rather closely-set teeth that are connected to the threads of the net, the nodes small, thickened, suborbicular, occasionally paired and then elongated, each node with 3-6 radiating threads, very few of the threads ending free. Spore-mass hazelnut brown. Spores pale buff, 6.5-7.5 Ám diam., densely pale-verruculose. Plasmodium grey.

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References
  • Nannenga-Bremekamp,N.E. 1971: Notes on Myxomycetes. XVII. Some new species in Cribraria, Comatricha and Physarum, a new variety in Macbrideola and a new name in Arcyria. Proceedings.Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen.Ser.C, Biological a
  • Yamamoto,Y., Takahashi, K. 1995: Six myxomycetes new or rare to Japan. Bull.Okayama Pref.Nature Cons.Center 3: 33-40.

Acknowledgements
The Eumycetozoan Project -- working to understand the ecology, sytematics and evolution of myxomycetes, dictostelids and protostelids -- the true slime molds.

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