aequihymeniiferous

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From aequi- + hymenium + -iferous. Coined by mycologist Arthur Henry Reginald Buller in 1909.

Adjective[edit]

aequihymeniiferous ‎(comparative more aequihymeniiferous, superlative most aequihymeniiferous)

  1. (mycology) Having basidia maturing all over the surface of each lamella at once, not leaving patches of less matured spores.

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