Indonesian Kickxellales: two species of Coemansia and Linderina

@article{Kurihara2008IndonesianKT,
  title={Indonesian Kickxellales: two species of Coemansia and Linderina},
  author={Yuko Kurihara and Nampiah Sukarno and Muhammad Ilyas and Erny Yuniarti and Wibowo Mangunwardoyo and Ju-Young Park and Rasti Saraswati and Yantyati Widyastuti and Katsuhiko Ando},
  journal={Mycoscience},
  year={2008},
  volume={49},
  pages={250-257}
}
Four species belonging to Kickxellales (Kickxellomycotina) isolated from soil of Indonesia are described and illustrated. Two new species of Coemansia, C. asiatica and C. javaensis, were discovered in South Sulawesi and West Java, and two known species of Linderina, L. pennispora and L. macrospora, were discovered in East Kalimantan and South Sulawesi, respectively. These four species are newly added to the Indonesian mycobiota. A technique for inducing sporulation of C. javaensis and L… Expand
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