Geastraceae


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Noun1.Geastraceae - a family of earthstar fungi belonging to the order Lycoperdales
fungus family - includes lichen families
Lycoperdales, order Lycoperdales - small order of basidiomycetous fungi having fleshy often globose fruiting bodies; includes puffballs and earthstars
earthstar - any fungus of the family Geastraceae; in form suggesting a puffball whose outer peridium splits into the shape of a star
Geastrum, genus Geastrum - type genus of Geastraceae; fungi whose outer peridium when dry splits into starlike segments
genus Radiigera, Radiigera - a genus of fungus belonging to the family Geastraceae
Astreus, genus Astreus - a genus of fungi belonging to the family Geastraceae
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(Geastrum, Geastraceae, Basidiomycota): phenoloxidases
NEW RECORDS OF GEASTRACEAE (BASIDIOMYCOTA: PHALLOMYCETIDAE) FROM ATLANTIC RAINFOREST REMNANTS AND RELICTS OF NORTHEASTERN BRAZIL
The family Geastraceae encompasses two gasteroid genera, Geastrum Pers.
Geastraceae is considered the second most representative family of gasteroid fungi in Brazil, with an estimated 50 recorded species, Geastrum being the most diverse genus in the country (Trierveiler-Pereira & Baseia, 2009; Leite et al., 2011; Trierveiler-Pereira et al., 2011; Silva et al., 2011, 2013).
We collected 39 specimens of fungi representing 37 species and 3 orders: Agaricales with one family, Agaricaceae; Boletales with two families, Diplocystidiaceae and Sclerodermataceae; Geastrales with one family, Geastraceae (Table 1).
X Tulostoma xerophilum Long X X Diplocystidiaceae Astraeus hygrometricus (Pers.) Morgan Geastraceae Geastrum berkeleyi Massee X Geastrum fimbriatum Fr.
Among these changes are the inclusion of Geastraceae Corda, Gomphaceae Donk, Hysterangiaceae, and Ramariaceae Corner (KIRK et al., 2001).
Hydnangiaceae, Lycoperdaceae, Nidulariaceae, Tulostomataceae, Geastraceae, Clavariadelphaceae, Gomphaceae, Phallaceae (Basidiomycota).
European earthstars in Geastraceae (Geastrales, Phallomycetidae) a systematic approach using morphology and molecular sequence data.