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Abstract

SUMMARY: Capitella of and regularly produce sterigmata of two lengths. Spores of are dimorphic and this is probably also the case in A membrane which separates from the spore, particularly on germination, is interpreted as evidence that the spore of is a sporangiole and it is suggested that the genus should probably be classified in Thamnidiaceae.

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