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Myxomycetes at Black Sugarloaf Tasmania, Australia

By: Sarah Lloyd(Author)
161 pages, colour photos
Myxomycetes at Black Sugarloaf Tasmania, Australia
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Myxomycetes (plasmodial or acellular slime moulds) are amoebozoans with amoeboid and plasmodial feeding stages. They produce spore-bearing structures that are abundant in terrestrial ecosystems wherever there is organic material. The author began studying the little known Tasmanian myxomycetes at Black Sugarloaf in 2010 resulting ten years later in this amazing book. The book covers approximately 120 species

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By: Sarah Lloyd(Author)
161 pages, colour photos
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