Description of Diachea

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A distinctive genus of at least 10 species with D. leucopodia (Bull.) Rost. the most common and cosmopolitan.
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Diachea

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Diachea is a genus of slime molds belonging to the family Didymiaceae.[1] The genus was first described in 1825 by Elias Magnus Fries.[2][3]

The genus has a cosmopolitan distribution.[4]

Species:[4]

References

  1. ^ Kinge, Tonjock Rosemary; Goldman, Gary; Jacobs, Adriaana; Ndiritu, George Gatere; Gryzenhout, Marieka (2020-02-05). "A first checklist of macrofungi for South Africa". MycoKeys. 63: 1–48. doi:10.3897/mycokeys.63.36566. ISSN 1314-4057. PMC 7015970. PMID 32089638.
  2. ^ "Australian Fungal Names Database: Diachea". fungi.biodiversity.org.au. Retrieved 2021-04-19.
  3. ^ Fries, E.M. (1825), Systema Orbis Vegetabilis, 1, p. 163
  4. ^ a b "Diachea Fr". www.gbif.org. Retrieved 19 April 2021.

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Diachea: Brief Summary

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Diachea is a genus of slime molds belonging to the family Didymiaceae. The genus was first described in 1825 by Elias Magnus Fries.

The genus has a cosmopolitan distribution.

Species:

Diachea bulbillosa Diachea leucopodia (Bull.) Rostaf. 1874 Diachea splendens Diachea subsessilis Diachea thomasii Diachea verrucospora Nann.-Bremek. & Y.Yamam.
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