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Title

Geastrum entomophilum, a new earthstar with an unusual spore dispersal strategy.

AuthorsFazolino, E. P.; Diego Calonge, Francisco de ; Baseia, Iuri G.
KeywordsAtlantic rainforestal
Tropical fungi
Gasteromycetes
Geastraceae
Taxonomy
Issue Date2008
PublisherMycotaxon
CitationMycotaxon 104 : 449-453 (2008)
Abstract[EN]A new species of gasteroid basidiomycete in Northeast Brazil, Geastrum entomophilum is described and illustrated. Geastrum species are known for dispersing their spores by a bellows type mechanism: however, in the fruit bodies of the new species, various beetles were found inside the gleba, which likely contribute to spore dispersal. This taxon is morphologically-separated from the other known species primarily by the endoperidium ornamentation formed by fascicles of worm-shaped hyphae.
Publisher version (URL)http://www.mycotaxon.com/vol/abstracts/104/104-449.html
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/93414
ISSN0093-4666
E-ISSN2154-8889
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