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Trichia varia
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Trichia varia

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Trichia varia
© Copyright Malcolm Storey 2011-2118 · 3
Trichia varia
Trichia varia
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Trichia varia

Trichia varia
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Trichia varia
Trichia varia
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Trichia varia

Trichia varia
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Trichia varia
Trichia varia
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Trichia varia

Trichia varia
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Trichia varia
Trichia varia
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Trichia varia

Trichia varia
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Trichia varia
Trichia varia
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Trichia varia

Trichia varia
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Trichia varia
Trichia varia
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Trichia varia

Trichia varia
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Trichia varia
Trichia varia
© Copyright Malcolm Storey 2011-2118 · 3
Trichia varia
Overview
Sporocarps gregarious or crowded, sessile or with a short, stout, black stalk, rarely subplasmodiocarpous. Sporotheca shining yellow, globose, obovoid or somewhat elongate, 0.5-0.9 mm wide. Peridium membranous. Hypothallus broadly expanded, inconspicuous. Capillitium of simple or rarely branched elaters, 3-5 µm diam., bearing 2(-3) irregular spiral bands, these prominent and in places remote, the apices often swollen behind the conical tip. Spore-mass yellow to orange-yellow. Spores dull pale yellow, verruculose, 12-14 µm diam. Plasmodium white.

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References
  • Rammeloo,J. 1974: Structure of the Epispore in the Trichiaceae (Trichales, Myxomycetes) as seen with the scanning microscope. Bulletin de la Société Royale de Botanique de Belgique 107: 353-359.
  • Zeller,L., Toth, S. 1977: Myxomycetes data from Hungary II.. Annales Universitatis Scientiarum Budapestinensis de Rolando Eötvös Nominatae.Sectio biologica 18 bis 19: 137-154.

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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