Dactylellina haptotyla CBS 200.50 (GCA_000441935) (MHA_v2)

About Dactylellina haptotyla CBS 200.50 (GCA_000441935)

Wikipedia

Dactylellina haptotyla is a common soil-living fungus that develops structures to capture nematodes as nutrient source. In the presence of nematodes, spores can germinate into sticky knobs or non-constricting loops. The fungus traps nematodes with sticky knobs and non-constricting loops, then breakdown the cuticle, and penetrates the body of nematodes to obtain nutrients. For its predatory nature, Dactylellina haptotyla is also considered as nematode-trapping fungus or carnivorous fungus.

In Latin, "dactylo" (Greek: δάχτυλο) and "hapto" (Greek: ἁπτό) mean finger and touchable respectively.

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Taxonomy ID 1284197

Data source European Nucleotide Archive

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