Asterinales of India

@article{Hosagoudar2012AsterinalesOI,
  title={Asterinales of India},
  author={V. B. Hosagoudar},
  journal={Mycosphere},
  year={2012},
  volume={3},
  pages={617-852}
}
This paper gives an account of 293 taxa resulting from the examination of 1168 fungal exsiccates belonging to 434 host plants in 82 families. The fungal taxa are distributed among 20 genera in two families, namely, Asterinaceae: Asterina (207 species), Asterolibertia (4), Bheemamyces (2), Gangamyces (2), Ishwaramyces (1), Meliolaster (1), Prillieuxina (11), Symphaster (1), Trichasterina (1), Vishnumyces (1); Lembosiaceae: Cirsosia (5), Echidnodella (5), Echidnoides (1), Eupelte (1), Lembosia… Expand

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