Laboulbeniales (Ascomycota) of the Boston Harbor Islands I: Species Parasitizing Coccinellidae and Staphylinidae, with Comments on Typification

@inproceedings{Haelewaters2015LaboulbenialesO,
  title={Laboulbeniales (Ascomycota) of the Boston Harbor Islands I: Species Parasitizing Coccinellidae and Staphylinidae, with Comments on Typification},
  author={D. Haelewaters and S. Zhao and A. Kesel and Rebecca Handlin and Isabel R. Royer and B. Farrell and D. Pfister},
  year={2015}
}
  • D. Haelewaters, S. Zhao, +4 authors D. Pfister
  • Published 2015
  • Biology
  • Abstract This paper, based on a recent comprehensive sampling of insects, is the first report of Laboulbeniales from the New England region since the 1930s. We present 7 new records of laboulbenialean parasites on Staphylinidae (rove beetles) and Coccinellidae (lady beetles) from the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area. These are Clonophoromyces nipponicus Terada & I.I. Tav., Hesperomyces virescens Thaxt., Ilyomyces cf. mairei F. Picard, Laboulbenia philonthi Thaxt., Peyritschiella… CONTINUE READING
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