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Novel species of Mycosphaerellaceae and Teratosphaeriaceae.

Crous PW, Summerell BA, Carnegie AJ, Wingfield MJ, Groenewald JZ - Persoonia (2009)

Bottom Line: The present study represents the second contribution in a series describing several novel species in different capnodealean genera defined in a previous study.Novelties on Eucalyptus from Australia include: Penidiella pseudotasmaniensis, P. tenuiramis, Phaeothecoidea intermedia, P. minutispora, Pseudocercospora tereticornis, Readeriella angustia, R. eucalyptigena, R. menaiensis, R. pseudocallista, R. tasmanica, Teratosphaeria alboconidia, T. complicata, T. majorizuluensis, T. miniata, T. profusa, Zasmidium aerohyalinosporum and Z. nabiacense, while Teratosphaeria xenocryptica is described on Eucalyptus from Chile.Novelties on other hosts include Phaeophleospora eugeniicola on Eugenia from Brazil, and Zasmidium nocoxi on twig litter from the USA.

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Affiliation: CBS-KNAW Fungal Biodiversity Centre, Uppsalalaan 8, 3584 CT Utrecht, The Netherlands;

ABSTRACT
Recent phylogenetic studies based on multi-gene data have provided compelling evidence that the Mycosphaerellaceae and Teratosphaeriaceae represent numerous genera, many of which can be distinguished based on their anamorph morphology. The present study represents the second contribution in a series describing several novel species in different capnodealean genera defined in a previous study. Novelties on Eucalyptus from Australia include: Penidiella pseudotasmaniensis, P. tenuiramis, Phaeothecoidea intermedia, P. minutispora, Pseudocercospora tereticornis, Readeriella angustia, R. eucalyptigena, R. menaiensis, R. pseudocallista, R. tasmanica, Teratosphaeria alboconidia, T. complicata, T. majorizuluensis, T. miniata, T. profusa, Zasmidium aerohyalinosporum and Z. nabiacense, while Teratosphaeria xenocryptica is described on Eucalyptus from Chile. Novelties on other hosts include Phaeophleospora eugeniicola on Eugenia from Brazil, and Zasmidium nocoxi on twig litter from the USA.

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Zasmidium nocoxi (CPC 14044). a. Collection site, Front Royal, Virginia; b. colony on PDA; c–f. synanamorph forming in aerial hyphae (arrow denotes point of attachment); g. conidia of synanamorph; h–k. conidia and conidiogenous cells of Zasmidium state. — Scale bars = 10 μm.
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Figure 19: Zasmidium nocoxi (CPC 14044). a. Collection site, Front Royal, Virginia; b. colony on PDA; c–f. synanamorph forming in aerial hyphae (arrow denotes point of attachment); g. conidia of synanamorph; h–k. conidia and conidiogenous cells of Zasmidium state. — Scale bars = 10 μm.

Mentions: Zasmidium nocoxi Crous, sp. nov. — MycoBank MB509760; Fig. 19


Novel species of Mycosphaerellaceae and Teratosphaeriaceae.

Crous PW, Summerell BA, Carnegie AJ, Wingfield MJ, Groenewald JZ - Persoonia (2009)

Zasmidium nocoxi (CPC 14044). a. Collection site, Front Royal, Virginia; b. colony on PDA; c–f. synanamorph forming in aerial hyphae (arrow denotes point of attachment); g. conidia of synanamorph; h–k. conidia and conidiogenous cells of Zasmidium state. — Scale bars = 10 μm.
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Figure 19: Zasmidium nocoxi (CPC 14044). a. Collection site, Front Royal, Virginia; b. colony on PDA; c–f. synanamorph forming in aerial hyphae (arrow denotes point of attachment); g. conidia of synanamorph; h–k. conidia and conidiogenous cells of Zasmidium state. — Scale bars = 10 μm.
Mentions: Zasmidium nocoxi Crous, sp. nov. — MycoBank MB509760; Fig. 19

Bottom Line: The present study represents the second contribution in a series describing several novel species in different capnodealean genera defined in a previous study.Novelties on Eucalyptus from Australia include: Penidiella pseudotasmaniensis, P. tenuiramis, Phaeothecoidea intermedia, P. minutispora, Pseudocercospora tereticornis, Readeriella angustia, R. eucalyptigena, R. menaiensis, R. pseudocallista, R. tasmanica, Teratosphaeria alboconidia, T. complicata, T. majorizuluensis, T. miniata, T. profusa, Zasmidium aerohyalinosporum and Z. nabiacense, while Teratosphaeria xenocryptica is described on Eucalyptus from Chile.Novelties on other hosts include Phaeophleospora eugeniicola on Eugenia from Brazil, and Zasmidium nocoxi on twig litter from the USA.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: CBS-KNAW Fungal Biodiversity Centre, Uppsalalaan 8, 3584 CT Utrecht, The Netherlands;

ABSTRACT
Recent phylogenetic studies based on multi-gene data have provided compelling evidence that the Mycosphaerellaceae and Teratosphaeriaceae represent numerous genera, many of which can be distinguished based on their anamorph morphology. The present study represents the second contribution in a series describing several novel species in different capnodealean genera defined in a previous study. Novelties on Eucalyptus from Australia include: Penidiella pseudotasmaniensis, P. tenuiramis, Phaeothecoidea intermedia, P. minutispora, Pseudocercospora tereticornis, Readeriella angustia, R. eucalyptigena, R. menaiensis, R. pseudocallista, R. tasmanica, Teratosphaeria alboconidia, T. complicata, T. majorizuluensis, T. miniata, T. profusa, Zasmidium aerohyalinosporum and Z. nabiacense, while Teratosphaeria xenocryptica is described on Eucalyptus from Chile. Novelties on other hosts include Phaeophleospora eugeniicola on Eugenia from Brazil, and Zasmidium nocoxi on twig litter from the USA.

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