The ascomycete genus Niesslia and associated monocillium-like anamorphs

@article{Gams2018TheAG,
  title={The ascomycete genus Niesslia and associated monocillium-like anamorphs},
  author={W. Gams and B. Stielow and T. Gr{\"a}fenhan and H.-J. Schroers},
  journal={Mycological Progress},
  year={2018},
  volume={18},
  pages={5-76}
}
  • W. Gams, B. Stielow, +1 author H.-J. Schroers
  • Published 2018
  • Biology
  • Mycological Progress
  • The species of Niesslia including anamorphs formerly known as Monocillium form a distinct group in the Hypocreales and can be delimited by several unique morphological characters. Niesslia species inhabit decaying plant substrates, such as leaf litter or bark of diverse plants, especially coniferous hosts. Certain species occur on and may parasitize lichens, fruiting bodies of other fungi and even nematode eggs. Taxonomically, species of Niesslia are classified in the Niessliaceae. Niesslia… CONTINUE READING
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