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Title: Fungal diversity notes 1151–1276: taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions on genera and species of fungal taxa
Authors: Kevin D. Hyde
Yang Dong
Rungtiwa Phookamsak
Rajesh Jeewon
D. Jayarama Bhat
E. B.Gareth Jones
Ning Guo Liu
Pranami D. Abeywickrama
Ausana Mapook
Deping Wei
Rekhani H. Perera
Ishara S. Manawasinghe
Dhandevi Pem
Digvijayini Bundhun
Anuruddha Karunarathna
Anusha H. Ekanayaka
Dan Feng Bao
Junfu Li
Milan C. Samarakoon
Napalai Chaiwan
Chuan Gen Lin
Kunthida Phutthacharoen
Sheng Nan Zhang
Indunil C. Senanayake
Ishani D. Goonasekara
Kasun M. Thambugala
Chayanard Phukhamsakda
Danushka S. Tennakoon
Hong Bo Jiang
Jing Yang
Ming Zeng
Naruemon Huanraluek
Jian Kui (Jack) Liu
Subodini N. Wijesinghe
Qing Tian
Saowaluck Tibpromma
Rashika S. Brahmanage
Saranyaphat Boonmee
Shi Ke Huang
Vinodhini Thiyagaraja
Yong Zhong Lu
Ruvishika S. Jayawardena
Wei Dong
Er Fu Yang
Sanjay K. Singh
Shiv Mohan Singh
Shiwali Rana
Sneha S. Lad
Garima Anand
Bandarupalli Devadatha
M. Niranjan
V. Venkateswara Sarma
Kare Liimatainen
Begoña Aguirre-Hudson
Tuula Niskanen
Andy Overall
Renato Lúcio Mendes Alvarenga
Tatiana Baptista Gibertoni
Walter P. Pfliegler
Enikő Horváth
Alexandra Imre
Amanda Lucia Alves
Ana Carla da Silva Santos
Patricia Vieira Tiago
Timur S. Bulgakov
Dhanushaka N. Wanasinghe
Ali H. Bahkali
Mingkwan Doilom
Abdallah M. Elgorban
Sajeewa S.N. Maharachchikumbura
Kunhiraman C. Rajeshkumar
Danny Haelewaters
Peter E. Mortimer
Qi Zhao
Saisamorn Lumyong
Jianchu Xu
Jun Sheng
Keywords: Agricultural and Biological Sciences
Environmental Science
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2020
Abstract: © 2020, The Author(s). Fungal diversity notes is one of the important journal series of fungal taxonomy that provide detailed descriptions and illustrations of new fungal taxa, as well as providing new information of fungal taxa worldwide. This article is the 11th contribution to the fungal diversity notes series, in which 126 taxa distributed in two phyla, six classes, 24 orders and 55 families are described and illustrated. Taxa in this study were mainly collected from Italy by Erio Camporesi and also collected from China, India and Thailand, as well as in some other European, North American and South American countries. Taxa described in the present study include two new families, 12 new genera, 82 new species, five new combinations and 25 new records on new hosts and new geographical distributions as well as sexual-asexual reports. The two new families are Eriomycetaceae (Dothideomycetes, family incertae sedis) and Fasciatisporaceae (Xylariales, Sordariomycetes). The twelve new genera comprise Bhagirathimyces (Phaeosphaeriaceae), Camporesiomyces (Tubeufiaceae), Eriocamporesia (Cryphonectriaceae), Eriomyces (Eriomycetaceae), Neomonodictys (Pleurotheciaceae), Paraloratospora (Phaeosphaeriaceae), Paramonodictys (Parabambusicolaceae), Pseudoconlarium (Diaporthomycetidae, genus incertae sedis), Pseudomurilentithecium (Lentitheciaceae), Setoapiospora (Muyocopronaceae), Srinivasanomyces (Vibrisseaceae) and Xenoanthostomella (Xylariales, genera incertae sedis). The 82 new species comprise Acremonium chiangraiense, Adustochaete nivea, Angustimassarina camporesii, Bhagirathimyces himalayensis, Brunneoclavispora camporesii, Camarosporidiella camporesii, Camporesiomyces mali, Camposporium appendiculatum, Camposporium multiseptatum, Camposporium septatum, Canalisporium aquaticium, Clonostachys eriocamporesiana, Clonostachys eriocamporesii, Colletotrichum hederiicola, Coniochaeta vineae, Conioscypha verrucosa, Cortinarius ainsworthii, Cortinarius aurae, Cortinarius britannicus, Cortinarius heatherae, Cortinarius scoticus, Cortinarius subsaniosus, Cytospora fusispora, Cytospora rosigena, Diaporthe camporesii, Diaporthe nigra, Diatrypella yunnanensis, Dictyosporium muriformis, Didymella camporesii, Diutina bernali, Diutina sipiczkii, Eriocamporesia aurantia, Eriomyces heveae, Ernakulamia tanakae, Falciformispora uttaraditensis, Fasciatispora cocoes, Foliophoma camporesii, Fuscostagonospora camporesii, Helvella subtinta, Kalmusia erioi, Keissleriella camporesiana, Keissleriella camporesii, Lanspora cylindrospora, Loratospora arezzoensis, Mariannaea atlantica, Melanographium phoenicis, Montagnula camporesii, Neodidymelliopsis camporesii, Neokalmusia kunmingensis, Neoleptosporella camporesiana, Neomonodictys muriformis, Neomyrmecridium guizhouense, Neosetophoma camporesii, Paraloratospora camporesii, Paramonodictys solitarius, Periconia palmicola, Plenodomus triseptatus, Pseudocamarosporium camporesii, Pseudocercospora maetaengensis, Pseudochaetosphaeronema kunmingense, Pseudoconlarium punctiforme, Pseudodactylaria camporesiana, Pseudomurilentithecium camporesii, Pseudotetraploa rajmachiensis, Pseudotruncatella camporesii, Rhexocercosporidium senecionis, Rhytidhysteron camporesii, Rhytidhysteron erioi, Septoriella camporesii, Setoapiospora thailandica, Srinivasanomyces kangrensis, Tetraploa dwibahubeeja, Tetraploa pseudoaristata, Tetraploa thrayabahubeeja, Torula camporesii, Tremateia camporesii, Tremateia lamiacearum, Uzbekistanica pruni, Verruconis mangrovei, Wilcoxina verruculosa, Xenoanthostomella chromolaenae and Xenodidymella camporesii. The five new combinations are Camporesiomyces patagoniensis, Camporesiomyces vaccinia, Camposporium lycopodiellae, Paraloratospora gahniae and Rhexocercosporidium microsporum. The 22 new records on host and geographical distribution comprise Arthrinium marii, Ascochyta medicaginicola, Ascochyta pisi, Astrocystis bambusicola, Camposporium pellucidum, Dendryphiella phitsanulokensis, Diaporthe foeniculina, Didymella macrostoma, Diplodia mutila, Diplodia seriata, Heterosphaeria patella, Hysterobrevium constrictum, Neodidymelliopsis ranunculi, Neovaginatispora fuckelii, Nothophoma quercina, Occultibambusa bambusae, Phaeosphaeria chinensis, Pseudopestalotiopsis theae, Pyxine berteriana, Tetraploa sasicola, Torula gaodangensis and Wojnowiciella dactylidis. In addition, the sexual morphs of Dissoconium eucalypti and Phaeosphaeriopsis pseudoagavacearum are reported from Laurus nobilis and Yucca gloriosa in Italy, respectively. The holomorph of Diaporthe cynaroidis is also reported for the first time.
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http://cmuir.cmu.ac.th/jspui/handle/6653943832/70112
ISSN: 18789129
15602745
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