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CYATHUS AFRICANUS, A PREVIOUSLY UNDESCRIBED BIRD'S NEST FUNGUS

Author: Harold J Brodie
Edition/Format: Downloadable article Downloadable article : English
Publication:Canadian Journal of Botany, v45 n9 (19670901) 1653-1655
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A sepia-colored saccate Cyathus from 8000 ft on Mount Kilimanjaro is named and described. The leading features of the fungus are: the curly tomentum, the pale, conspicuous basal emplacement, the saccate non-plicate peridia, and the apiculate basidiospores. C. africanus appears to be related to the widely-distributed C. olla (Batsch) ex Pers. and to C. earlei Lloyd.
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All Authors / Contributors: Harold J Brodie
ISSN:0008-4026
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A sepia-colored saccate Cyathus from 8000 ft on Mount Kilimanjaro is named and described. The leading features of the fungus are: the curly tomentum, the pale, conspicuous basal emplacement, the saccate non-plicate peridia, and the apiculate basidiospores. C. africanus appears to be related to the widely-distributed C. olla (Batsch) ex Pers. and to C. earlei Lloyd.

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