EFFECTS OF GASTEROID FRUITING BODY MORPHOLOGY ON DIVERSIFICATION RATES IN THREE INDEPENDENT CLADES OF FUNGI ESTIMATED USING BINARY STATE SPECIATION AND EXTINCTION ANALYSIS

@article{Wilson2011EFFECTSOG,
  title={EFFECTS OF GASTEROID FRUITING BODY MORPHOLOGY ON DIVERSIFICATION RATES IN THREE INDEPENDENT CLADES OF FUNGI ESTIMATED USING BINARY STATE SPECIATION AND EXTINCTION ANALYSIS},
  author={Andrew W. Wilson and Manfred Binder and David S. Hibbett},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={2011},
  volume={65}
}
Gasteroid fungi include puffballs, stinkhorns, and other forms that produce their spores inside the fruiting body. Gasteroid taxa comprise about 8.4% of the Agaricomycetes (mushroom‐forming fungi) and have evolved numerous times from nongasteroid ancestors, such as gilled mushrooms, polypores, and coral fungi, which produce spores on the surface of the fruiting body. Nongasteroid Agaricomycetes have a complex mechanism of forcible spore discharge that is lost in gasteroid lineages, making… 
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