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  9. libutron:

Campanella sp. | ©Steve Axford   (Australia)
This peculiar form actually belongs to a mushroom of the genus Campanella (Agaricales - Marasmiaceae), which was erected by Hennings (1895) to accommodate agarics with an inferior, subreticulate hymenium, venous to rib-like anastomosing lamellae,  and hyaline, subglobose spores.
The genus appears from the literature to be predominantly tropical, subtropical, and southern temperate, found most commonly in tropical and subtropical America, Africa, Sri Lanka, Asia, Oceania, and Australia, with some few, very scattered, representatives in the north temperate zone in Europe, Japan, south-east Russia, and southwestern Canada [source].

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    Campanella sp. | ©Steve Axford   (Australia)

    This peculiar form actually belongs to a mushroom of the genus Campanella (Agaricales - Marasmiaceae), which was erected by Hennings (1895) to accommodate agarics with an inferior, subreticulate hymenium, venous to rib-like anastomosing lamellae,  and hyaline, subglobose spores.

    The genus appears from the literature to be predominantly tropical, subtropical, and southern temperate, found most commonly in tropical and subtropical America, Africa, Sri Lanka, Asia, Oceania, and Australia, with some few, very scattered, representatives in the north temperate zone in Europe, Japan, south-east Russia, and southwestern Canada [source].

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Wangechi Mutu, A Shady Promise, 2006
Exhibition, Wangechi Mutu: A Fantastic Journey at  the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, Opening Reception: April 17, 2014, On view: April 18 – July 6, 2014

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    Wangechi Mutu, A Shady Promise, 2006

    Exhibition, Wangechi Mutu: A Fantastic Journey at  the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, Opening Reception: April 17, 2014, On view: April 18 – July 6, 2014

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