Definition of Peridia. Meaning of Peridia. Synonyms of Peridia

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Definition of Peridia

Peridia
Peridium Pe*rid"i*um, n.; pl. Peridia. [NL., fr. Gr. ? about + ?, a dim. ending.] (Bot.) The envelope or coat of certain fungi, such as the puffballs and earthstars.

Meaning of Peridia from wikipedia

- Nidula was later transferred to the family Agaricaceae. The fruit bodies (peridia) of species in Nidula are typically between 3–8 mm in diameter, 5–15 mm...
- father of several sons, including Myles and Polycaon. Some call his wife Peridia, and his children Myles, Polyclon, Bomolochus, and Therapne. In other traditions...
- around the cir****ference of the cup opening. Fruiting bodies (also called peridia) are small, generally between 5–15 mm wide and 4–8 mm high, urn- or vase-shaped...
- Cyathus-like (obconic) form of the peridia. It differs from Crucibulum laeve in the shape and pink-color of its peridia, as well as its slightly or strongly...
- visible dictydine granules are found especially close to the ribs of the peridia, the calyculus and the spores. The genus is distributed worldwide, about...
- Harold J. Brodie in 1975. Species in the genus Cyathus have fruit bodies (peridia) that are vase-, trumpet- or urn-shaped with dimensions of 4–8 mm wide...
- hair-studded perithecia which can bear a distinctive violaceous colouring and peridia which are coriaceous, or leathery, in texture. Podospora appendiculata...
- Zogg, who noted that it differed from other Lophium species in that its peridia were less fragile because of a rigid ascomata. In 2001, Vasilyeva considered...
- larina (Hewitson, 1856) Napeogenes lycora (Hewitson, 1870) Napeogenes peridia (Hewitson, 1854) Napeogenes pharo (C. & R. Felder, 1862) Napeogenes quadrilis...
- larina (Hewitson, 1856) Napeogenes lycora (Hewitson, 1870) Napeogenes peridia (Hewitson, 1854) Napeogenes pharo (C. Felder & R. Felder, 1862) Napeogenes...
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