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Myrtaceae, a cache of fungal biodiversity
Twenty-six species of microfungi are treated, the majority of which are associated with leaf spots of Corymbia, Eucalyptus and Syzygium spp. (Myrtaceae). The treated species include three new genera,
Biodiversity of freshwater fungi
  • T. K. Goh, K. D. Hyde
  • Environmental Science, Biology
    Journal of Industrial Microbiology
  • 22 June 1996
TLDR
There are more than 600 species of freshwater fungi with more known from temperate, as compared to tropical regions, and these are categorized into four groups depending on their form and life style: the ingoldian hyphomycetes; the aero-aquatic hyphcycete; the terrestrial-aquatics; and the submerged-aquatically-submerged hyphology.
Fungal Biodiversity Profiles 1–10
TLDR
Ten new taxa for science are described using mostly both morphological and molecular data for Bambusistroma didymosporum gen. et spec.
Fungal Biodiversity Profiles 21–30
TLDR
Ten new taxa for science are described using mostly both morphological and molecular data for Basidiomycota, Ascomycota and hyphomycetes, and for Mycena paraguayensis comb.
Fungal Biodiversity Profiles 11–20
TLDR
Ten new taxa for science are described using mostly both morphological and molecular data in Basidiomycota, and three new subgenera are introduced in Russula.
PERSOONIAL Reflections
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PERSOONIAL Reflections
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Persoonia aims to highlight the world’s incredible fungal diversity, and thus emphasize the importance of supporting fungal biodiversity research.