They produce fruiting bodies that resemble those created by higher fungi.

Myxomycetes are a class of slime molds that contains 5 orders, 14 families, 62 genera, and 888 species. They pass through several morphologic phases (in biology, form, or structure) like microscopic individual cells, slimy amorphous organisms visible with the naked eye, and conspicuously shaped fruit bodies.

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