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Culture studies on Hypocrea and Trichoderma: III. H. lactea (=H. citrina) and H. pulvinata
An attempt has been made to clarify the existing taxonomic confusion in the Hypocrea citrina complex. H. pulvinata is accepted as the correct name for the common fungicolous species of Hypocrea ; itExpand
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Culture studies on Hypocrea and Trichoderma: II. H. Aureo-viridis and H. rufa F. sterilis f. nov.
Descriptions and illustrations are given of Hypocrea aureo-viridis and its Trichoderma conidial state with obovoid, smooth green spores, and of a new form of H. rufa which lacks a TrichodermaExpand
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Culture studies on Hypocrea and Trichoderma: IV. Hypocrea pilulifera sp.nov.
A new species of Hypocrea having a Trichoderma state with globose phialospores is described. The existence of two other species of Hypocrea with white-spored conidial states is indicated.
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Studies on some didymosporous genera of nematode-trapping hyphomycetes
The taxonomic position of Trichothecium is discussed and a more precise generic delimitation is proposed. Some accepted species of Trichothecium are briefly commented upon and T. parvum sp.nov. fromExpand
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An undescribed British species of Thuemenella
Thuemenella britannica sp.nov. is described and illustrated. In culture it produces a Trichoderma-like conidial state with big green phialospores.
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SARAWAKUS LLOYD, A GENUS OF THE PYRENOMYCETE FAMILY HYPOCREACEAE
The scope of the monotypic genus Sara.wa.kus is enlarged to enable it to accommodate the newly described species Sarawakus sucoisus Rifai. A complete taxonomic revision of the genus is presented, inExpand
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THE HYPHOMYCETE GENUS DACTYLARIA SACC.
An emended delimitation of the genus Dactylaria Sacc. is proposed and the two accepted species, which are non-predaceous and dematiaceous, are redescribed and illustrated. The affinity of manyExpand
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