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  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2019)
    Diagnostic features. Very variable in form and colour, but never red or pink; on dead wood, often in large groups; microscopically easily distinguished from other Arcyria species by its capillitium which is smooth proximally ...
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2019)
    Diagnostic features. Sporangia pale and usually sessile; easy to distinguish in field from other nivicolous species of Diderma, because polygonal scales on the peridium (which can be very dark brown when calcium is lacking) ...
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2019)
    Diagnostic features. Sporangia pale and usually sessile; distinguished from other nivicolous Diderma species by the non-reticulate capillitium, the double-layered peridium with an iridescent inner layer, and warted spores.
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2019)
    Diagnostic features. Sporangia pale and usually sessile, sometimes forming short plasmodiocarps; distinguished from other nivicolous Diderma species by the non-reticulate capillitium, the double-layered peridium with an ...
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2019)
    Diagnostic features. Large conspicuous irregular yellow or white plasmodia and aethalia; spores <10 µm diam.; cortex rough, not persistent; Mucilago crustaea P. Micheli ex F.H. Wigg., a common lookalike species found in ...
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2019)
    Diagnostic features. Very conspicuous; habit usually entirely plasmodiocarpous and sessile; sporocarps unmistakable, looking like miniature versions of the Indian sweet jalebi, or pretzels; spore ornamentation a raised ...
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2019)
    Diagnostic features. Sporocarps stalked, brightly coloured, iridescent, globose or subglobose sporangia; peridium not mottled with brown spots, but with needle-like crystals; capillitium turning white on periphery of net; ...
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2019)
    Diagnostic features. Nivicolous; sporangia stalked, pear-shaped; peridium not mottled with brown spots; capillitium extending entire length of columella; spores dark brown, echinulate; similar to L. ovoideum Meyl., but ...
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2019)
    Diagnostic features. Unmistakable and easily recognized in field to generic level with unaided eye; identification to species level less straightforward: aethalia conspicuous, like small puffballs, usually on dead wood or ...
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2019)
    Diagnostic features. Sporocarps sessile or sometimes short-stalked sporangia; peridium usually fragmented or entirely absent; capillitium with funnel-shaped ends (such funnels absent from Lamproderma), sometimes with small ...
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (2017)
    Physarum auriscalpium Cooke, Annals of the Lyceum of Natural History of New York 11: 384 (1877). [IndexFungorum 434176; Physaraceae, Physarales] Physarum rubiginosum var. auriscalpium (Cooke) Sacc. & D. Sacc., in P.A. ...
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (СABI, 2017)
    Diagnostic features. Often associated with Physarum bivalve Pers., but distinguishable by the yellow or brown colour, the rounded plasmodiocarps on narrow bases, and dehiscence by triangular lobes instead of valves; spores ...
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2017)
    Diagnostic features. Without typical sporangia present, certain identification to species level is impossible because other features, such as spore size and ornamentation, fall within the range of so many other species. ...
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2017)
    Diagnostic features. Similar in appearance to Physarum melleum (Berk. & Broome) Massee, but distinguished by its bright yellow sporothecae and capillitium lime nodes, and by stalk shape; P. melleum has orange-brown ...
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2017)
    Diagnostic features. Most similar to Physarum decipiens M.A. Curtis from which it can be distinguished by its clustered spores.
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (2017)
    Diagnostic features. Distinguished from Physarum nitens (G. Lister) Ing, which has bright yellow to orange spores 7–9 µm diam.
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A (CABI, 2017)
    Diagnostic features. Distinguished from Physarum nitens (G. Lister) Ing, which has bright yellow to orange spores 7–9 µm diam.
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2017)
    Diagnostic features. Stalked sporangia bear a superficial resemblance to some phases of Craterium aureum (Schumach.) Rostaf., but can be distinguished by the persistent capillitium which retains the sporangial shape after ...
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2017)
    Diagnostic features. Distinguished from Physarum lakhanpalii Nann.-Bremek. & Y. Yamam. which has spores aggregated in clusters; from P. hongkongense Chao H. Chung and P. bogoriense Racib. which both have three-layered ...
  • Kryvomaz, Т. І.; Minter, D. W.; Michaud, A. (CABI, 2017)
    Diagnostic features. Sometimes similar to Physarum pulcherrimum Berk. & Ravenel, but more reddish, and with translucent stalks which are free from lime.

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