April 1, 2015: Ronikier and Lado’s new article on nivicolous Stemonitales has just come out in Mycologia. This fine-scale analysis demonstrates the existence of a high intraspecific morphological variability, possibly related to isolation and independent evolutionary processes among remote populations, in most of the studied species. However, a few of them show a uniform morphology that indicates that long-distance dispersal is an effective mechanism, although not as universal as usually assumed. You can check it out by clicking here.
Diachea mitchellii, a rainbow-like species entering the list of Physarales discovered in the Neotropical Region.
June 17, 2022: Expeditions to high-altitudes of the Tropical Andes of Peru have allowed us to discover a new species [...]
“Iridescent landscape”, by Carlos de Mier, among the very best pictures of FOTCIENCIA 18th exhibition.
June 10, 2022: The photographer and image technician Carlos de Mier, a dear member of the Myxotropic project, has [...]
March 30, 2022: The Myxomycetes represent a relevant group of microorganisms in tropical areas. However, some very interesting regions, [...]