The slime-molds with which this discussion is concerned belong in the order Trichiales in the classification of Macbride, in the sub-order Calonemineae of that of Lister. Whatever name we give the group, it is characterized by being endosporous, limeless or nearly so, with spores pallid or yellowish. A capillitium is present, often abundant, with roughened or sculptured walls.
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"Some Misunderstood Slime-Mold Species,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 38(1), 103-114.
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