coremium

[ kaw-ree-mee-uhm, koh-, kuh- ]
/ kɔˈri mi əm, koʊ-, kə- /

noun, plural co·re·mi·a [kaw-ree--mee-uh, koh-, kuh-]. /kɔˈri mi ə, koʊ-, kə-/. Mycology.

the fruiting bodies of certain fungi, consisting of a loosely bound bundle of conidiophores.

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Origin of coremium

1925–30; <New Latin <Greek kórēm(a) besom, broom + -ium-ium
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