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|Sarcoscypha coccinea: shown is the ascocarp, a "fruit body"|
(Berk 1857) Caval.-Sm. 1998
The structure defines the group and distinguishes it from other fungi. The ascus is a tube-shaped sac, which contains the sexual spores produced by meiosis and which are called ascospores.
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