William F. Farnham

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Mushroom-forming fungi (homobasidiomycetes) are major examples of morphological and ecological diversification in terrestrial habitats. Homobasidiomycetes includes only nine described species that are known from marine environments. Morphological traits that have concealed the ancestry of these fungi include reduced fruiting bodies with hairy surfaces and(More)
cooler conditions and stormier weather. To interpret these changes, we measured recruitment, growth and production of tetraspores at sheltered and exposed sites in 2012–2014, years which had low and high spring temperatures. Potential spore production was greater at the sheltered site due to a longer growing period and survival of larger fronds. Delayed(More)
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