Cribraria tenella Schrad
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Sporocarps long-stalked, gregarious. Sporotheca 0.3-0.5 mm diam., ochraceous. Stalk slender, to 3 mm high. Peridial cup shallow, ribbed but not toothed, frequently lacking. Peridial net with small, regular meshes and prominent, small, round, dark nodes connected by 3-6 threads, with few free ends. Calcic granules brown, up to 2 m diam. Spore-mass olivaceous or ochraceous. Spores pale yellow, almost smooth, 5-7 m diam. Plasmodium brown or colourless.

Links to other sites

  • Lado,C., Rodriguez-Palma, M., Estrada-Torres, A. 1999: Myxomycetes from a seasonal tropical forest on the pacific coast of Mexico. Mycotaxon 71: 307-321.

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Kingdom Protozoa  
 Phylum Myxomycota  
 Class Myxomycetes  
 Order Liceales  
 Family Cribrariaceae  
 Genus Cribraria  
  Cribraria tenella    Schrad. 
Provider: Liu, Chin-Hui 
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Synonyms: Cribraria colossea Cribraria elata Cribraria tenella concinna Cribraria tenella gracilis Cribraria tenella macropus Trichia semicancellata tenella   details
Citation: Nakazawa, R. : Trans. Nat. Hist. Soc. Formosa 19( 100 ) : 26(16-30), 1929.
Name Code: 123014
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