Trichomeriaceae, a new sooty mould family of Chaetothyriales

  title={Trichomeriaceae, a new sooty mould family of Chaetothyriales},
  author={Putarak Chomnunti and Darbhe Jayarama Bhat and Evan Benjamin Gareth Jones and Ekachai Chukeatirote and Ali Hassan Bahkali and Kevin D. Hyde},
  journal={Fungal Diversity},
Trichomerium is a genus of foliar epiphytes with the appearance of sooty moulds, mostly occurring on the surface of living leaves and apparently gaining their nutrients from insect exudates. Species have ascostromata with setae and develop on a loosely interwoven mycelial mass of dark brown hyphae, while asci have a bitunicate appearance with hyaline ascospores. In this study, we made 16 collections of Trichomerium from Thailand. All were isolated, and the LSU and ITS rDNA gene regions… CONTINUE READING
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