#013: Characteristics of Division Basidiomycota

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  1. July 7, 2017

    […] stinkhorns are found in the phylum Basidiomycota, class Agaricomycetes, order Phallales.  All fungi in this order produce a stinky spore mass, […]

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    […] which belongs to the family Diplocystaceae.  Both of these families are found in the phylum Basidiomycota, class Agaricomycetes, and order Boletales.  The families Sclerodermataceae and Diplocystaceae are […]

  3. July 7, 2017

    […] the puffballs) or in their own family Nidulariaceae.  Both of these families are placed in phylum Basidiomycota, class Agaricomycetes, and order Agaricales.  This means that their closest relatives are gilled […]

  4. July 7, 2017

    […] sequestrate fungi* are an unnatural grouping of mushroom-forming basidiomycetes that have adapted to life in desert areas by keeping developing spores inside the fruiting body. […]

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    […] gills have evolved independently multiple times. Gilled mushrooms are all basidiomycetes (see FFF#013), but the morphological group is polyphyletic. At this point it is important to note that the terms […]

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