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Title: Dokmaia monthadangii gen. et sp. nov., a synnematous anamorphic fungus on Manglietia garrettii
Authors: Promputtha I.
Hyde K.D.
Lumyong P.
McKenzie E.H.C.
Lumyong S.
Issue Date: 2003
Abstract: Dokmaia monthadangii gen. et sp. nov. is described from dead leaves of Manglietia garrettii collected in Doi Suthep-Pui National Park, Thailand. The genus is synnematous and is compared with the similar genus, Phaeoisaria. Dokmaia monthadangii has cylindrical brown synnemata, which are covered by white conidia and conidiogenous cells towards the apex. Conidiogenous cells are polydenticulate and arise from small parenchymatous-like cells and are arranged in parallel rows at right angles to the axis of the synnemata. The denticles are cylindrical. Conidia are hyaline and ovoid or fusiform. Conidial secession is rhexolytic, leaving a basal frill, on the conidia. The new taxon is described and illustrated.
ISSN: 00820598
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