|Lobulomycetales See: Simmons, D.R. et al. 2009. Lobulomycetales, a new order in the Chytridiomycota. Mycological Research 113:450—460.|
Lobulomyces poculatus (Willoughby & Townley) Simmons
Note single rhizoidal axis and isodiametric rhizoids that branch at a distance from the developing zoosporangium; the rhizoidal base can occasionally be seen when L. poculatus is growing on spruce pollen as in the lower left photo. Typical of this species is a "ghostly veil" composed of shed pieces of wall. In the lower right photo a new thallus is developing from a zoospore remaining within the parent zoosporangium.
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