The most commonly occurring fungi worldwide belong to the Basidiomycota phylum. These are classified by basidiospores, which flourish on the ends of club-shaped appendages called basidia. These organisms reproduce when the basidiospores detach from their points of origin and loosely drift downward, where they are picked up and dispersed by wind currents, which accounts for their widespread commonality. Members of this family include gills, pores, stinkhorns, coral fungi, puffballs, bird’s nest fungi, jelly fungi, rusts and stem rot.
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