Physarales

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Physarales
Physarum psittacinum124.jpg
Physarum psittacinum
Scientific classification
Domain: Eukaryota
(unranked): Amoebozoa
Infraphylum: Mycetozoa
Class: Myxogastria
Order: Physarales
T.Macbr., 1922
Families

Didymiaceae
Elaeomyxaceae
Physaraceae

The Physarales are an order of Amoebozoa in the class Myxomycetes. It contains three families, the Didymiaceae, the Elaeomyxaceae, and the Physaraceae. Physarales was circumscribed by Thomas Huston Macbride and published in 1922.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Macbride TH. (1922). The North American Slime-moulds (2 ed.). New York: Macmillan. p. 22.