Fungi Fungi Name Index (FNI)

Showing Clastoderma confusum
Clastoderma confusum K.J.Knight & Lado , legitimate, scientific
Knight, K.J.; Lado, C. (18 February 2020), Clastoderma confusum (Myxomycetes: Amoebozoa), a remarkable new species of slime mould from Western Australia. Nuytsia 31: 36, figs 1-2 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Eagle Highway, 450 km north-east of Wiluna, Little Sandy Desert, Western Australia, 24 July 2018, K.J. Knight MC 154 [from moist chamber culture of bark of prone dead Acacia aneura, January 2019] (holo: PERTH 09078509; iso: CANB, K, MA-Fungi 90498)."
taxonomic synonym: Clastoderma sp. Mungilli (K.J. Knight MC 154) [n/a]
  • Etymology: From the Latin confusus (confused), in reference to its previous misidentification as a species of Cribraria.
  • Vernacular: Copper-netted Clastoderma
AusFungi (2020), AusFungi: - FungI [secondary reference]