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THE GENUS MICROASCUS
Descriptions are given of 14 species of Microascus. M. pyramidus Barron and Gilman is described as a new species and M. trigonosporus var. macrosporus Orr as a new variety. The conidial stage andExpand
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A New Genus of the Hyphomycetes from Soil
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Nematophagous fungi: a new Myzocytium
Myzocytium humicola is described as a new nematophagous fungus endoparasitic on Rhabditis. This species possesses unequally biflagellate zoospores. These do not attack the nematodes directly butExpand
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VERTICILLIUM CHLAMYDOSPORIUM AND ITS RELATIONSHIPS TO DIHETEROSPORA, STEMPHYLIOPSIS, AND PAECILOMYCES
Two hyphomycetes with similar aleuriospore states are considered. One, with a Verticillium phialospore state, was validly published as Verticillium chlamydosporium Goddard; Stemphyliopsis ovorumExpand
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A REVISION OF THE GENUS PETRIELLA
A reappraisal is made of the genus Petriella Curzi. The type species, Petriella asymmetrica, is found to be identical with a species previously described as Microascus sordidus Zukal. The latterExpand
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MONOCILLIUM HUMICOLA SP. NOV. AND PAECILOMYCES VARIABILIS SP. NOV. FROM SOIL
Monocillium humicola is described as a new hyphomycete and compared with Monocillium indicum, the type. The relationships between Monocillium and reduced forms of Paecilomyces are discussed.Expand
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A new genus, Rotiferophthora, to accommodate the Diheterospora-like endoparasites of rotifers
The species of Diheterospora attacking bdelloid rotifers have been compared with Diheterospora chlamydosporia and found to be different in a number of important characteristics. These include theExpand
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A new genus of the Zygomycetes
Brachymyces is described as a new genus of the Zygomycetes based on a single species, Brachymyces megasporus, isolated from garden soil. This species produces one to four very large blackish-brownExpand
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Nematophagous fungi: Protascus and its relationship to Myzocytium
Evidence is presented to support the transfer of Protascus subuliformis to Myzocytium. Based on the nature of the sporangiospores and the method of attacking the host, the known species of MyzocytiumExpand
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