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Bisporum, it is probably the much less common E. lunatum Olive & Stoianovitch which has an articuated half-cup shaped columella (Fig. D). Sporocarps arranged on a slime column or pad deposited by a plasmodium prior to dividing into prespore cells. Ceratiomyxa hemisphaerica Olive& Stoianovitch This rarely found species has been encountered fewer than a dozen times. Stalk: very long and flexuous, in groups of a few dozen to 100 resting on a small, hemispherical mound of slime deposited by the plasmodium prior to its cleavage into prespore cells.
The Mycetozoans. Academic Press, NY. W. 1990. Phylum Plasmodial Slime Molds, Class Protostelia. In L. O. Corliss, M. J. ). Handbook of Protoctista. Jones and Bartlett, Boston. pp. 484-497. L. W. L. C. Cavender. 2004. Mycetozoans. M. F. S. ). Biodiversity of Fungi, Inventory and Monitoring Methods. Elsevier Academic Press, Burlington, MA. pp. 547576. The Eumycetozoan Project.
A and B). Stalk: very short, wide, with a cup-like apophysis that occupies one third to more than one half the total length of the stalk. Spore: spherical, roughened in appearance by the presence of numerous spines and warts on the spore wall (Fig. C). This spore wall sculpturing often makes the spores appear to be less refractile than those of other protostelids. Some spores may contain two cells in some isolates. Such spores look ellipsoid from above and from the side. Prespore Cell (PSP): not shown, circular in outline.