Ascoma development and phylogeny of an apothecioid dothideomycete, Catinella olivacea.

Abstract

Catinella olivacea is a discomycetous fungus often found fruiting within cavities in rotting logs. Because this habitat would lack the air currents upon which discomycete species normally rely for the dispersal of their forcibly ejected ascospores, we suspected an alternative disseminative strategy might be employed by this species. An examination of the… (More)
DOI: 10.3732/ajb.94.11.1890

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