A note on Blastocladiella (Blastocladiaceae)

@article{Karling2005ANO,
  title={A note on Blastocladiella (Blastocladiaceae)},
  author={John S. Karling},
  journal={Mycopathologia},
  year={2005},
  volume={49},
  pages={169-172}
}
For the purpose of emphasizing more sharply the differences in complexity and length of the life cycles the 12 known species ofBlastocladiella are segregated in 3 new subgenera:Blastocladiella, Eucladiella, andCystocladiella. These correspond, respectively, to the subgeneraBrachyallomyces, Allomyces (Euallomyces) andCystogenes of the genusAllomyces.