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Description of Physaridae

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Spores in this group are dark, usually black in mass. Calcium carbonate is present in the peridium, capillitium, stalk, hypothallus, or in combinations of these. The capillitium is present as a system of noncalcareous threads, as calcareous tubules, or as noncalcareous threads interconnected by calcareous nodes. The assimilative stage is a phaneroplasmodium.
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Physaraceae

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Physaraceae is a family of slime molds in the order Physarales.[1]

Genera

The following genera are members of Physaraceae:[1]

The genus Willkommlangea may also belong in this family.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c Leontyev, Dmitry V.; Schnittler, Martin; Stephenson, Steven L.; Novozhilov, Yuri K.; Shchepin, Oleg N. (2019). "Towards a phylogenetic classification of the Myxomycetes". Phytotaxa. 399 (3): 209. doi:10.11646/phytotaxa.399.3.5. ISSN 1179-3163.
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Physaraceae: Brief Summary

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Physaraceae is a family of slime molds in the order Physarales.

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