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Nivicolous myxomycete assemblages were surveyed on the northwest of the Greater Caucasian ridge in May-June 2010 and 2011 at a north facing transect between 1,700 and 2,920 m elevation of the summit Malaya Khatipara situated within the Teberda State Biosphere Reserve. Morphological characters of 396 collections representing 45 taxa (39 species, 3 varieties,(More)
The coprophilous myxomycete Kelleromyxa fimicola (Dearn. & Bisby) Eliasson was first described in 1929 as Licea fimicola Dearn. & Bisby. Based on the superficial resemblance of its sporocarps to those of Licea biforis, the species was placed within the Liceales, an order assigned by molecular phylogenies to the bright-spored clade of myxomycetes. However,(More)
A new widespread myxomycete species, Physarum pseudonotabile, inhabiting the arid regions of the Eurasia, South and North America is described and illustrated. Tentatively assigned to Ph. notabile T. Macbr., a phylogeny based on the small ribosomal subunit (SSU) and elongation factor 1 alpha (EF1a) genes placed the new species in a clade far from Ph.(More)
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