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Introduction to the 'Slime Molds'
- Illustrated discussion of the biology and classification of these organisms, which are no longer considered to be fungi and which include three main groups that do not form a clade.
Mushroom Photo Gallery: Myxomycetes
- About twenty photographs of various slime molds found in the United States.
- List of about 80 slime moulds, with photographs of each.
Philippine Myxomycetes and other Slime Molds
- Dedicated to the species of Myxomycetes and other Eumycetozoans found in the Philippines, with illustrations of many species. The Eumycetozoan Research Project is managed by myxomycetologist Isidro T. Savillo.
- Pictorial outline of the slime molds.
- Student project by Brad Renner including classification, habitat, adaptation, nutrition, reproduction and interactions with other species.
- Information on slime moulds which were originally considered to be fungi by mycologists and amoebae by zoologists, respectively classified as Myxomycota (slime fungi) or Mycetozoa (fungus animals).
- Illustrated introduction to slime mold biology.
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