Elaphomycetaceae


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Elaphomycetaceae

[‚el·ə·fō‚mī·sə′tās·ē‚ē]
(mycology)
A family of underground, saprophytic or mycorrhiza-forming fungi in the order Eurotiales characterized by ascocarps with thick, usually woody walls.
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(Ascomycota, Eurotiales, Elaphomycetaceae) from Eastern North America.
(Ascomycota, Eurotiales, Elaphomycetaceae) de Michoacan, Mexico.