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Preliminary evalution of the possible impact of climate change on myxomycetes

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The myxomycetes (plasmodial slime molds or myxogastrids) are likely to be affected by climate change, since temperature and moisture are the main factors limiting their occurrence in nature. However, the resilience of myxomycetes to climate change is extremely difficult to determine due to their cryptic life history. It is possible that myxomycetes may represent one of the least affected groups of organisms, although all available evidence suggests that the anticipated changes in climate regimes are going to have a significant impact upon their distribution and ecology. This will be especially true for those species of myxomycetes restricted to particular types of microhabitats (e. g., alpine snowbanks) or which are confined to geographical areas that are limited in extent (e. g., small oceanic islands). The composition of assemblages of myxomycetes species associated with deserts, the polar regions and other ecosystems of the world also could be affected.
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Keywords: CLIMATE CHANGE; DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS; EVALUATION OF THREATS; MYXOMYCETES

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2017

This article was made available online on November 21, 2016 as a Fast Track article with title: "Preliminary evalution of the possible impact of climate change on myxomycetes".

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  • Nova Hedwigia is an international journal publishing original, peer-reviewed papers on current issues of taxonomy, morphology, ultrastructure and ecology of all groups of cryptogamic plants, including cyanophytes/cyanobacteria and fungi. The half-tone plates in Nova Hedwigia are known for their high quality, which makes them especially suitable for the reproduction of photomicrographs and scanning and transmission electron micrographs.
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