Species of mortierella from india-III

  title={Species of mortierella from india-III},
  author={B. S. Mehrotra and U. Baijal},
  journal={Mycopathologia et mycologia applicata},
Three new species of Mortierella viz., M. indica MEHROTRA (MEHROTRA, 1961); M. ambigua MEI-IROTRA and M. vesiculosa (1ViEHROTRA, BAIJAL & MEHROTRA, 1962) have recently been reported from this laboratory. Two species are being reported here. One, M. polycephala CoE~Axs as a new report for India and another M. wol]ii as a new species. A discussion of each of the two species has been given at the end of their respective descriptions. 
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