Observation 161954: Myxogastria L.S. Olive
When: 2014-03-22

Notes: The peridium have filaments growing off of them. The filaments often branch off at the ends. These seem to be an Ascomycota attacking the Mycetozoa during development.

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100X magnification. The peridium is encrusted with lime, like most species of Physaraceae but the sporangium has collapsed and have become pitted in the mature specimens. These specimens seem to have an Ascomycota growing out of them.
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100X magnification. The peridium is encrusted with lime, like most species of Physaraceae but the sporangium has collapsed and have become pitted in the mature specimens. These specimens seem to have an Ascomycota growing out of them.

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i don’t think this is a myxo
By: Jonathan M
2014-03-27 14:16:23 PDT (-0700)

could you scope this one? i am intriguated

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