It suggests a didymium in its form and habit, but is near a badhamia.
Neodymium (Nd) forms the chief portion of the old “didymium.”
This is didymium spumarioides, Fr.; it is probably a dwarf form of the next variety.
The internal structure is essentially that of Diderma or didymium.
This induced Schrader to throw all the didermas into his new genus, didymium.
The spores of didymium crustaceum were sown upon a heap of leaves in autumn.
didymium, a rare metallic element, occurring along with lanthanum in the mineral cerite as discovered by Mosander in 1842.
As here defined, the order Physarales includes two distinct families; of the one Physarum, of the other didymium, is type.
This looks like a didymium and in so far justifies the opinion of earlier students.
Mr. Lister would recur to Dr. Peck's didymium connatum, which indeed represents the present species.