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. Introduction to the study of fungi; their organography, classification, and distribution, for the use of collectors. Fungi. SLIME FUNGI—MYXOMYCETES 313 classification which has been adopted for these singular organisms, the characters for which are derived from the final and reproductive condition. The first of the four orders, into which the entire group is subdivided, is the Peritrichiaceae, in which the wall of the sporangium is not encrusted with lime, and the capillitium is either absent or formed from the wall of the sporangium. This order is again subdivided into two suborders—that of

. Introduction to the study of fungi; their organography, classification, and distribution, for the use of collectors. Fungi. SLIME FUNGI—MYXOMYCETES 313 classification which has been adopted for these singular organisms, the characters for which are derived from the final and reproductive condition. The first of the four orders, into which the entire group is subdivided, is the Peritrichiaceae, in which the wall of the sporangium is not encrusted with lime, and the capillitium is either absent or formed from the wall of the sporangium. This order is again subdivided into two suborders—that of Stock Photo
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. Introduction to the study of fungi; their organography, classification, and distribution, for the use of collectors. Fungi. SLIME FUNGI—MYXOMYCETES 313 classification which has been adopted for these singular organisms, the characters for which are derived from the final and reproductive condition. The first of the four orders, into which the entire group is subdivided, is the Peritrichiaceae, in which the wall of the sporangium is not encrusted with lime, and the capillitium is either absent or formed from the wall of the sporangium. This order is again subdivided into two suborders—that of the Tubulinae, in which the wall of the sporangium is not perforated; and the Cribrariae, in which the wall of the sporangium is perforated. The principal genus in the Tubulinae is that of Tubulina, in which the sporangia are crowded together so as to form an aethalium, which term is applied to an ag- glomeration of sporangia. The Crib- rariae includes the genera Enteridium, Clathroptychium, Cribraria, and Dic- tydium, in all of which the perforated sporangia are very elegant objects. The subsidiary characteristics of the several genera have reference chiefly to the manner of the perforations. In Cribraria the permanent upper portion of the sporangium forms a. Cribraria intricate,.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Cooke, M. C. (Mordecai Cubitt), b. 1825. London, A. and C. Black