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Badhamia utricularis (Bull.) Berk. (a slime mould)

Badhamia utricularis (Bull.) Berk. (a slime mould), Plasmodium

1. Plasmodium (1)


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Malcolm Storey 35mm transparencies (on a variety of films, but Agfa CT18 in the 1960's to early 1980's followed by Fujichrome in the late 1980's.) Transparencies scanned with Minolta Dimage Scan Dual II AF-2820U transparency scanner.
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Record info

Date: 17 October 1971
OS grid ref: SE64
Lat/Lon: 53° 60' N, 1° 0' W
Location: Vice County: South-east Yorkshire, VC61, England
Stage or state: Plasmodium
Record Summary: on Merulius tremellosus
Associated organism: Merulius tremellosus
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