Dianema microsporangium H. Z. Li et Yu Li
Life   Amoebozoa   Eumycetozoa   Dianemataceae   Dianema

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Overview
Sporocarps solitary to loosely scattered, sessile, flattened-pulvinate, minute, ▒ elliptical, 0.25-0.38 x 0.15-0.2 mm, 50-70 Ám thick, lead grey, glossy. Peridium membranous, thin, ▒ translucent, almost colourless. Dehiscence irregular. Hypothallus thin, mouse grey, shining. Capillitium loose, thread-like, colourless, shining, bifurcate, 52-65 Ám long and 1-1.5 Ám wide, 4-10 Ám at the branching part, rigid, attached to the peridium at the base. Spore-mass lead grey. Spores light brown, globose, warted, 10-13(-15) Ám diam. Plasmodium unknown.

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References
  • Li,H.-Z., Li, Y. 1990: Myxomycetes from China VI: A new species of Dianema. Mycosystema 3: 89-92.

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

Sponsored by grants from the National Science Foundation.


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