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Frequency of occurrence of fungi on wood in Malaysian mangroves
Over one hundred fungi have been reported on mangrove wood (Hyde and Jones, 1988; Jones and Kuthubutheen, 1989; Hyde and Jones, unpublished) from tropical and subtropical locations. A variety ofExpand
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Clathrosporium intricatum gen. et sp.nov. an aero-aquatic hyphomycete
Clathrosporium intricatum gen. et sp.nov., an aero-aquatic hyphomycete with clathrate, sphaerical to subglobose conidia from submerged decaying leaves, is described and illustrated and distinguishedExpand
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Composting of palm press fibre
Abstract The effects of composting palm press fibre alone, palm press fibre supplemented with poultry layer deep-litter and urea, and palm press fibre supplemented with poultry broiler floor-litterExpand
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Frequency of occurrence of fungi on wood in Malaysian mangroves
Over one hundred fungi have been reported on mangrove wood (Hyde and Jones, 1988; Jones and Kuthubutheen, 1989; Hyde and Jones, unpublished) from tropical and subtropical locations. A variety ofExpand
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A new species of Speiropsis from Malaysia
Speiropsis scopiformis sp.nov. producing unbranched chains of unicellular conidia connected by narrow isthmi is described and compared with known species of Speiropsis . A key to species in the genusExpand
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Cryptophialoidea gen.nov. on decaying leaves from Malaysia
Cryptophialoidea gen.nov. is erected to accommodate Cryptophiale secunda. Cryptophialoidea uncispora sp.nov. is described as the second species in the new genus.
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Beverwykella cerebriformis sp.nov., an aero-aquatic hyphomycete from Malaysia
Beverwykella cerebriformis sp.nov., an aero-aquatic hyphomycete with multicellular, hollow, lenticular-shaped conidia is described and illustrated.
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Fungi associated with the aerial parts of Malaysian mangrove plants
The leaf surface fungi associated with nine species of mangrove plants includingAvicennia alba, A. officinalis, Bruguiera parviflora, Ceriops tagal, Rhizophora apiculata, R. mucronata, SesuviumExpand
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Water availability and the coprophilous fungus succession
The influence of water availability on the coprophilous fungus succession was studied over a 60-d-period using rabbit pellets from the field. The largest number of species was recorded on pelletsExpand
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