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Clavulina lilliputiana, a dimunitive new species from Tasmania.Author(s): J.M. Trappe; M.A. Castellano
Source: Australasian Mycologist. 25(3): 87-89
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionClavulina lilliputiana, found growing in troops on a road bank in Tasmania, differs from other species of the genus by its combination of very small size (mostly < 1 cm tall), unbranched but often lobed form, cerebriform surface, and basidia up to 100 µm long.
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CitationTrappe, J.M.; Castellano, M.A. 2007. Clavulina lilliputiana, a dimunitive new species from Tasmania. Australasian Mycologist. 25(3): 87-89
KeywordsMycology, taxonomy, biodiversity
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