May 20, 2016: The results obtained from the first survey for myxomycetes in the hyperarid areas of Peru, have just been published in the journal Anales del Jardín Botánico de Madrid. This study shows that these areas, despite the extreme weather conditions, are rich in myxomycetes and host a unique species assemblage. Among almost 80 species recorded, most of them belonging to the order Physarales, there is a new species to Science. Check it out.
October 14, 2021: The tropical Andes are likely the richest of the world's tropical regions when referring to Myxomycetes. Despite [...]
Better united than separated: the combination of morphological traits allows the identification of natural groups within Trichiales.
October 7, 2021: The article “Spore ultrastructural features and significance of their diverse ornamental elements in the evolutionary history of [...]
September 27, 2021: If you missed PHOTOMYXO, an amazing exhibition of Myxomycetes pictures by Carlos de Mier, recently exhibited in [...]
September 24, 2021: We are glad to announce the release of the second edition of “Myxomycetes: Biology, Systematics, Biogeography [...]