Diversity of entomopathogens Fungi: Which groups conquered the insect body?

@article{Arajo2014DiversityOE,
  title={Diversity of entomopathogens Fungi: Which groups conquered the insect body?},
  author={J. Ara{\'u}jo and D. Hughes},
  journal={bioRxiv},
  year={2014}
}
The entomopathogenic Fungi comprise a wide range of ecologically diverse species. This group of parasites can be found distributed among all fungal phyla and as well as among the ecologically similar but phylogenetically distinct Oomycetes or water molds, that belong to a different kingdom (Stramenopila). As a group, the entomopathogenic fungi and water molds parasitize a wide range of insect hosts from aquatic larvae in streams to adult insects of high canopy tropical forests. Their hosts are… Expand
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