noun, plural plas·mo·di·a [plaz-moh-dee-uh]. /plæzˈmoʊ di ə/.
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Occurring in large colonies on barkless decaying logs of various species; the plasmodium almost colorless.
The fructification appears to be isolated in each case; the entire plasmodium consumed in a single plasmodiocarp.
The plasmodium as it emerges to form fruit is pale pink or flesh color, slowly deepening to brown as maturity advances.
This author throws some doubt on the species he describes by suggesting that the plasmodium may be red.
The color is an uncertain thing even in the sporangia, which rise from one plasmodium.