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Diachea leucopodia (Bull) Rostaf
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Diachea leucopodia
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Diachea leucopodia
Overview
Sporocarps gregarious. Sporothecae cylindrical or elliptical, 0.4-0.6 mm diam., metallic blue, bronze or purple. Hypothallus white, calcareous. Stalk stout, white, calcareous, up to half the total height. Peridium membranous. Columella cylindrical, thick, calcareous, almost reaching to the apex of the sporotheca. Capillitium arising from the whole length of the columella, consisting of purple-brown, branched and anastomosed threads, pale at the tips. Spore-mass black. Spores dull lilac, 8-11 m diam., verruculose. Plasmodium white.

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Geographic distribution
Worldwide except in boreal regions.

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References
  • Arthaud,J., Lafon, R. 1972: Myxomycetes on Strawberries - Dichea-Leucopoda Rost. Revue de Zoologie Agricole et de Pathologie Vegetale 71(4): 145-147.
  • Arthaud,J., Lafon, R. 1972: Un Myxomycete sur nos Fraisiers: Diachea leucopoda Rost.. Revue de Zoologie Agricole et Pathologie Vegetale ??`: 145-147.
  • Bozonnet,J.M., Meyer, M., Poulain, M. 1992: Special Myxomycetes. [Collection of some small papers and a checklist for the Savoyen. Bull.Trim.Fed.Myc.Dauphine-Savoie 125: 1-40.
  • Golenia,A., Rebandel, Z. 1970: Abounding appearance of the myxomycete Diachea leucopodia (Bull.) Rost. on the strawberry plants. Prace Naukowe Instytutu Ochrony Roslin 12(1): 267-271.

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Status: Accepted
Name: Diachea leucopodia
Author: (Bull.) Rostaf.
Citation: Śluzowce monogr. (Paryz): 190 (1875) 1874
Classification: Edit

Domain: Eukarya
Kingdom: Amoebozoa
Phylum: Mycetozoa
Class: Myxogastria
Order: Stemonitales
Family: Stemonitidaceae
Genus: Diachea

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#1. Sporocarps gregarious. Sporothecae cylindrical or elliptical, 0.4-0.6 mm diam., metallic blue, bronze or purple. Hypothallus white, calcareous. Stalk stout, white, calcareous, up to half the total height. Peridium membranous. Columella cylindrical, thick, calcareous, almost reaching to the apex of the sporotheca. Capillitium arising from the whole length of the columella, consisting of purple-brown, branched and anastomosed threads, pale at the tips. Spore-mass black. Spores dull lilac, 8-11 µm diam., verruculose. Plasmodium white.

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#2. SPORANGIA : gregarious, cylindrical, obtuse, 0.7 to 1.2 mm. high, 0.3 to 0.8 mm. broad, stalked, occasionally sessile, iridescent blue, purple, or brown; sporangial wall membranous, hyaline.
HYPOTHALLUS : densely charged v/ith round granules or crystalline nodules of lime.
STALK : white, rarely brownish, stout, tapering, brittle, 0.4 to 0.9 mm. high, rising from a well-developed
COLUMELLA : cylindrical or narrowed upwards, reaching half-way or nearly to the apex of the sporangium, white, charged with lime like the stalk.
CAPILLITIUM : consisting of profusely branched and anastomosing threads connecting the columella with the sporangial wall, dark violetbrown, colorless at the extremities.
SPORES : Dull violet, minutely spinulose, 7 – 9 µm in diameter.
PLASMODIUM : Opaque white
HABITAT : On dead leaves, twigs, and other ground material.

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Diachea leucopoda (Bull.) Rostaf. (1874)

kingdom:  Protozoa phylum:  Myxomycota class:  Myxomycetes order:  Stemonitales family:  Stemonitidaceae genus:  Diachea

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Name Status:    Preferred Name
Rank:    species
Nomenclatural Status:    The basionym of this name is Trichia leucopodia Bull. (1791)
Notes:    (source) IndexFungorum via Ing (1999)
This name is governed by the ICBN .
LSID:    URN:LSID:indexfungorum.org:Names:120783
 

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Amaurochaete
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Clathroidastrum
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Diachaea
Diachaeella s
Diachea
arboricola
aurantipes
bulbillosa
caespitosa s
cerifera
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cylindrica s
deviata
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fulgens
hookeri s
koazei
leucopoda
globosa s
megalospora
miyazakiensis s
radiata
silvaepluvialis
splendens
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subsessilis
synspora
thomasii
verrucospora s
Diacheopsis
Elaeomyxa
Enerthenema
Jundzillia s
Jundzillia s
Jundzillia s
Lamproderma
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Macbrideola
Matruchotiella s
Paradiachea
Paradiacheopsis
Raciborskia s
Schenella
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Stemonitis
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Stemonitopsis
Symphytocarpus
Trichiales
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Kingdom Protozoa  
 Phylum Myxomycota  
 Class Myxomycetes  
 Order Stemonitales  
 Family Stemonitidaceae  
 Genus Diachea  
  Diachea leucopodia    (Bull.) Rost. 
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Synonyms: Diachaea leucostyla Diachea confusa Diachea elegans Diachea leucopodia globosa Diachea leucostyla Stemonitis elegans Stemonitis leucopodia Stemonitis leucostyla Trichia leucopodia   details
Citation: Nakazawa, R.: Trans. Nat. Hist. Soc. Formosa 19(100): 16-30, 1929
Habitat: on fallen leaves, wall of plastic flower pot and often on living plants 
Name Code: 404200
  
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