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New Zealand Fungi 25. Miscellaneous species
Abstract One hundred and twenty-one species are identified from 546 collections made in New Zealand. Ninety-four species are fungi imperfecti, 26 are ascomycetes with or without conidial states, andExpand
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Characters of conidiophore and conidium development are used for the separation of some common temperate and a few tropical Hyphomycetes into eight Sections. The need for further studies on theExpand
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Fungi from the Gold Coast.
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New Zealand Fungi
Abstract Eight species of euantennariaceous sooty moulds are distinguished in about 250 collections from New Zealand. Four species are described and illustrated with Euantennaria ascostromata, andExpand
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Relocation of species of Endophragmia auct. with notes on relevant generic names
Abstract The generic name Endophragmia Duvernoy et Maire is considered untenable for more than 30 species that have been included in it. In many of these species conidia secede rhexolytically. andExpand
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Taxonomy, nomenclature and phylogeny of three cladosporium-like hyphomycetes, Sorocybe resinae, Seifertia azaleae and the Hormoconis anamorph of Amorphotheca resinae
Using morphological characters, cultural characters, large subunit and internal transcribed spacer rDNA (ITS) sequences, and provisions of the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature, this paperExpand
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New Zealand Fungi 17. Pleomorphism in Euantennariaceae and Metacapnodiaceae, Two New Families of Sooty Moulds
Summary Investigations of sooty moulds from New Zealand reveal two main groups of species, both of which display distinctive and regular pleomorphism. In one group the hyphae are more or lessExpand
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Stachylidium, Gonytrichum, Mesobotrys, Chaetopsis and Chaetopsella
Stachylidium bicolor is chosen as the lectotype species of the genus Stachylidium and is illustrated and described from temperate and tropical collections. Gonytrichum caesium , the type species ofExpand
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Heteroconium and Pirozynskiella n. gen., with comments on conidium transseptation.
Heteroconium citharexyli, the type species of this genus, is illustrated and redescribed as a sooty mold bearing acropetal chains of conidia showing a basifugal sequence of septation. HeteroconiumExpand
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