A NEW GENUS OF THE GYMNOASCACEAE WITH SWOLLEN PERIDIAL SEPTA

@article{Orr1963ANG,
  title={A NEW GENUS OF THE GYMNOASCACEAE WITH SWOLLEN PERIDIAL SEPTA},
  author={G. F. Orr and H. H. Kuehn and O. A. Plunkett},
  journal={Botany},
  year={1963},
  volume={41},
  pages={1439-1456}
}
A new genus of the Gymnoascaceae, Auxarthron, is established to include certain species previously excluded from Gymnoascus and Myxolrichum. The genus is characterized by the presence of (1) enlargements at the septa in the peridial hyphae; (2) ascospores globose, subglobose to ovoid, asperulate to echinulate-reticulate, and hyaline to pale orange-yellow-brown; (3) the presence of either short spines or elongate appendages, or both; (4) lightly colored, elongate appendages which are non-septate… Expand
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