Rust fungi on Annonaceae II: the genus Dasyspora Berk. & M.A. Curtis

@article{Beenken2012RustFO,
  title={Rust fungi on Annonaceae II: the genus Dasyspora Berk. \& M.A. Curtis},
  author={Ludwig Beenken and Stefan Zoller and Reinhard Berndt},
  journal={Mycologia},
  year={2012},
  volume={104},
  pages={659 - 681}
}
Dasyspora gregaria, the single species of the allegedly monotypic rust genus Dasyspora (Basidiomycota, Pucciniales), was investigated by light microscopy and DNA sequencing (ITS1–5.8S–ITS2 region, partial LSU and SSU of the nuclear rDNA, mt cytochrome oxidase subunit 3). Both methods indicated that D. gregaria is not a single species but can be split in 11 distinct taxa, each of which appear confined to a single Xylopia species (Annonaceae) host. Herein nine of these are described as new. Both… Expand
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