Coemansia furcata sp. nov. and its distribution in Japan and Taiwan

  title={Coemansia furcata sp. nov. and its distribution in Japan and Taiwan},
  author={Y. Kurihara and S. Tokumasu and C. Chien},
Coemansia furcata, isolated from forest soils of Japan and Taiwan, is described and illustrated. This species is characterised by its sporangiophore branching and relatively large sporocladia. Its distribution in soils of Japan and Taiwan is discussed. 
A new species of Syncephalis from Taiwan
A new species of Syncephalis from Taiwan, isolated from soil is described and illustrated and distinguished from other species by the asymmetrical placement of the merosporangia on the fertile vesicle and shorter cylindrical spores. Expand
The Merosporangiferous Fungi from Taiwan (V): Two New Records of Coemansia (Kickxellaceae, Kickxellales, Zygomycetes)
Two species of Coemansia (Kickxellaceae, Kickxellales) are reported as new records from Taiwan. They are C. acicurifera Lindner and C. interrupta Lindner. In this report, descriptions, distributionExpand
Two new Ramicandelaber species from Taiwan
Morphological characters and molecular phylogenetic analysis (D1/D2 domains of the LSU rRNA genes and ITS region) justify these new species of Ramicandelaber. Expand
Two novel kickxellalean fungi, Mycoëmilia scoparia gen. sp. nov. and Ramicandelaber brevisporus sp. nov.
Mycoëmilia scoparia gen. sp. nov. is described as a new member of Kickxellales. It is characterized by lageniform sporocladia produced acrogenously in mass and bears wet and fusiform spores on theExpand
Pinnaticoemansia, a new genus of Kickxellales, with a revised key to the genera of Kickxellales
This species is characterized by imparipinnate sporocladia, sporangiospores with a three-lobed corona, and the germination pattern of sporangoemansia coronantispora with downward hyphal growth and repeated dichotomy. Expand
Indonesian Kickxellales: two species of Coemansia and Linderina
Four species belonging to Kickxellales (Kickxellomycotina) isolated from soil of Indonesia are described and illustrated and a technique for inducing sporulation of C. javaensis and L. macrospora by adding substances derived from invertebrates such as aphids, nereids, or cladocerans to culture media is described. Expand
Hirsutella proturicola sp. nov. isolated from a proturan, Baculentulus densus (Protura, Hexapoda)
A new species of Hirsutella, H. proturicola, isolated from a subterranean proturan, is described and illustrated and is morphologically and phylogenetically close to H. rostrata, an acaropathogenic species, but can be distinguished from the size of the phialides and the size and shape of the conidia. Expand
Preliminary phylogeny of Coemansia (Kickxellales), with descriptions of four new species from Taiwan
Phylogenetic analysis based on a combined data set of D1–D2 domains of nuc 28S ribosomal RNA (rDNA) and partial nuc 18S rDNA identifies several independent evolutionary lineages within Coemansia and suggests that Spirodactylon aureum and Kickxella alabastrina may be nested within the genus CoemANSia. Expand
Preliminary studies of fungi in the Biebrza National Park (NE Poland). Part III. Micromycetes – new data
Nineteen species have not been previously known from Poland and 31 species are rare (1–3 localities) and for the Biebrza National Park 197 species (67.5%) are new. Expand
Preliminary studies of fungi in the Biebrza National Park (NE Poland). I. Micromycetes.
The first short-term inventory of fungi species occurring in the Biebrza National Park, one of the biggest and best preserved protected areas of Poland, is presented and four species are newly reported for Poland. Expand


A new species of Coemansia
The North Carolina isolate of Coemansia differs in several respects from both the fungus in the Thaxter collections and Eidam's description of C. spiralis, and the former is proposed here as a new species. Expand
Zygospore formation inMortierella capitata
A novel type of zygospore formation is described in the heterothallic speciesMortierella capitata, which was repeatedly isolated from soils inhabited by pillbugs (Armadillidium vulgare, Isopoda).Expand
The Soil-Plate Method for Isolation of Fungi from Soil
Yeast extract agar, acidified with phosphoric acid to pH 4.0, has been found a satisfactory medium for the growth and sporulation of many soil fungi and has been extensively used as an isolation medium. Expand
Introduction to biostatistics
Introduction to Biostatistics , Introduction to Biostatistics , کتابخانه مرکزی دانشگاه علوم پزشکی تهران
Sexuality in the Kickxellaceae