Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Podaxis is a genus of secotioid fungi in the family Agaricaceae. Species, which have the appearance of a stalked-puffball", have a worldwide distribution, and tend to be found growing solitary or scattered on sandy soils, especially in arid regions. Although close to 50 species have been described, it has been argued that many of them may represent extremes in the natural range of variations found in Podaxis pistillaris. Fruiting bodies have the appearance of an unopened Coprinus comatus, with a stipe and a loose, brown to blackish powdery gleba at maturity. Basidiospores are obovate, thick-walled with a large apical pore, and typically 10-17 x 9-12 ┬Ám in size. Clamp connections are present. Podaxis is a common inhabitant of soil and termite mounds throughout the drier regions of the tropics and subtropics of the world. P. pistillaris is a ground-inhabiting species, but most Podaxis species in the rest of the world are associated with termite mounds. This includes the Australian species P. beringamensis."
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