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Fig. 1 | IMA Fungus

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From: Reclassification of Pterulaceae Corner (Basidiomycota: Agaricales) introducing the ant-associated genus Myrmecopterula gen. nov., Phaeopterula Henn. and the corticioid Radulomycetaceae fam. nov.

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Diversity of coralloid genera of Pterulaceae. a-f: Myrmecopterula [A: Apterostigma sp. nest with M. velohortorum (RC12; CALD170307–02)* with M. sp. SAPV1 (F82; CALD170307–02)* growing on top of the garden veil; b: M. sp. (F99, HSTM-Fungos 9930); c: M. sp. (F138, FLOR 63724); d: Apterostigma sp. nest with M. nudihortorum (TRS111004–04)*; e: M. moniliformis (CJL585)*; f: M. sp. (F71, HSTM-Fungos 9943)]. g-h: Pterula [G: Pt. cf. loretensis (RLC273, K(M) 205,553)*; h: Pt. cf. verticillata (K(M) 27,119)]. i-l: Pterulicium [I: Pm. secundirameum (RB 575794); j: Pm. aff. fluminensis (FLOR 56379); k: Pm. lilaceobrunneum (M117, FLOR 56455). l: Pm. sprucei (F68, HSTM-Fungos 9940)]. M-O: Phaeopterula [m: Ph. sp. (F7, HSTM-Fungos 9944); n: Ph. stipata (M15, FLOR 56375); o: Ph. juruensis (F33, FLOR 63719)]. Close inspection of B and C reveal the basidiomes to be growing from a granular substrate resembling substrate of ants’ fungus garden. Photos d, e and g kindly provided by Ted Schultz, Susanne Sourell and Michael Wherley respectively. Bars = 1 cm. * Samples not deposited

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