Fungal Planet description sheets: 69-91

P.W. Crous, J.Z. Groenewald, R.G. Shivas, J. Edwards, K.A. Seifert, A.C. Alfenas, R. Alfenas, T.I. Burgess, A.J. Carnegie, G.E. Hardy, N. Hiscock, D. Huberli, T. Jung, G. Louis-Seize, G. Okada, O.L. Pereira, M.J. Stukely, W. Wang, G.P. White, A.J. YoungA.R. McTaggart, I.G. Pascoe, I.J. Porter, W. Quaedvlieg

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    Abstract

    Novel species of microfungi described in the present study include the following from Australia: Bagadiella victoriae and Bagadiella koalae on Eucalyptus spp., Catenulostroma eucalyptorum on Eucalyptus laevopinea, Cercospora eremochloae on Eremochloa bimaculata, Devriesia queenslandica on Scaevola taccada, Diaporthe musigena on Musa sp., Diaporthe acaciigena on Acacia retinodes, Leptoxyphium kurandae on Eucalyptus sp., Neofusicoccum grevilleae on Grevillea aurea, Phytophthora fluvialis from water in native bushland, Pseudocercospora cyathicola on Cyathea australis, and Teratosphaeria mareebensis on Eucalyptus sp. Other species include Passalora leptophlebiae on Eucalyptus leptophlebia (Brazil), Exophiala tremulae on Populus tremuloides and Dictyosporium stellatum from submerged wood (Canada), Mycosphaerella valgourgensis on Yucca sp. (France), Sclerostagonospora cycadis on Cycas revoluta (Japan), Rachicladosporium pini on Pinus monophylla (Netherlands), Mycosphaerella wachendorfiae on Wachendorfia thyrsifolia and Diaporthe rhusicola on Rhus pendulina (South Africa). Novel genera of hyphomycetes include Noosia banksiae on Banksia aemula (Australia), Utrechtiana cibiessia on Phragmites australis (Netherlands), and Funbolia dimorpha on blackened stem bark of an unidentified tree (USA). Morphological and culture characteristics along with ITS DNA barcodes are provided for all taxa.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)108-156
    JournalPersoonia
    Volume26
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2011

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