Chae-Kyu Lim

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Five species of the Laboulbeniales, including two unrecorded species are reported from South Korea. They are as follows; Dioicomyces anthici Thaxter on Anthicus confucii Marseul, Laboulbenia melanaria Thaxter on Anisodacthius tricuspidatus Morawitz, L. philonthi Thaxter on Philonthus wuesthoffi Bernhauer, Peyritschiella japonicus Terada on Philonthus(More)
Two species of the Laboubeniales based on the Tibetan collections are described. They are new to the mycological flora of Tibet. Laboulbenia polyphaga found on several parts of Amara majuscula was characterized by having the outer appendages not ramified and simple. Peyritschiella protea obtained on the lower abdomen of Philonthus wuesthoffi, had two(More)
Three species of the genus Euphoriomyces (Laboulbeniales) were found newly from Korea. E. agathidii (Maire) Tavales was collected from Agathidium sp. (Leiodidae, Coleoptera). The characteristic traits of this species are the distal portion of the primary axis composed of 5~11 superposed layers and bearing more or less the elongated appendages. E.(More)
Four species of Laboulbeniales collected from Java Island, Indonesia between August and September in 2006 are described. These species, which belong to the genus Coreomyces and were found on the family Corixidae of the order Hemiptera, were as follows; Coreomycus corixae Thaxter, Coreomyces micronectae Thaxter and Coreomyces orientalis Thaxter, which were(More)
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