Diderma imperiale Emoto
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Diderma imperiale
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Diderma imperiale

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Diderma imperiale
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Diderma imperiale
Sporocarps clustered, sessile or stalked, stalked forms up to 0.35 mm tall. Stalk, when present, dark brown, cylindrical or subulate, up to 0.15 mm long. Sporotheca grey, sub-globose or depressed, umbilicate below, c. 1 mm diam. Peridium single, clear brown, encrusted with amorphous lime. Columella absent. Capillitium colourless, delicate, scantily branched, the threads about 0.17 Ám diam., often bearing small lime globules and wart-like, rounded, refractile thickenings. Spores globose, bright violaceous brown, verruculose, 10 Ám diam.

Links to other sites

  • Emoto,Y. 1929: ▄ber neue Myxomyceten. The Botanical magazine 43: 169-173.
  • Nannenga-Bremekamp,N.E., Yamamoto, Y. 1987: Additions to the Myxomycetes of Japan III.. Proceedings.Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen.Ser.C, Biological and medical sciences 90(3): 311-349.

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