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Notes on species belonging to the genus coreomyces (laboulbeniales) collected from java island, indonesia.

Lee YB, Na YH, Kim SJ, Lim CK - Mycobiology (2008)

Bottom Line: These species, which belong to the genus Coreomyces and were found on the family Corixidae of the order Hemiptera, were as follows; Coreomycus corixae Thaxter, Coreomyces micronectae Thaxter and Coreomyces orientalis Thaxter, which were found on Micronecta sedula Horvath, and Coreomyces recurvatus Thaxter, which was found on Micronecta sedula Horvath and Xenocorixa sp.C. corixae Thaxter and C. orientalis Thaxter were originally found on Micronecta, whereas C. recurvatus Thaxter was originally found on Xenocorixa.All species described herein are new to Java Island.

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Affiliation: Division of Science Education, Collage of Education, Chosun University, Gwangju 501-759, Korea.

ABSTRACT
Four species of Laboulbeniales collected from Java Island, Indonesia between August and September in 2006 are described. These species, which belong to the genus Coreomyces and were found on the family Corixidae of the order Hemiptera, were as follows; Coreomycus corixae Thaxter, Coreomyces micronectae Thaxter and Coreomyces orientalis Thaxter, which were found on Micronecta sedula Horvath, and Coreomyces recurvatus Thaxter, which was found on Micronecta sedula Horvath and Xenocorixa sp. C. corixae Thaxter and C. orientalis Thaxter were originally found on Micronecta, whereas C. recurvatus Thaxter was originally found on Xenocorixa. All species described herein are new to Java Island. The specimens were deposited in the Biological Herbarium, Division of Science Education, College of Education, Chosun University.

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Coreomyces corixae on the inferior margin of the left elytra of Micronecta sedular. Scale bar: 100 µm.
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Figure 1: Coreomyces corixae on the inferior margin of the left elytra of Micronecta sedular. Scale bar: 100 µm.

Mentions: The authors had the opportunity to collect host insects of Laboulbeniales between August and September in 2006 from Java Island, Indonesia. Therefore, we collected 600 individuals host insects belonging to the family Corixidae of the order Hemiptera. The collected host insects were immediately placed in vials with 70% ethanol, after which they were placed on a depression slide and inspected for the presence of thalli using a dissecting microscope. Host insect specimens with visible thalli were then separated for subsequent evaluation. Thalli were transferred to a microscopic slide and then enclosed in a slide mount, after which the corresponding hosts were preserved appropriately. The thalli were then prepared by the method described by Benjamin (1971) using mount liquid (neoshigaral, K.K. Japan) as a mounting medium. Prior to this study, 83 species of Laboulbeniales belonging to 16 genera had been reported on Java Island (Lee, 1986). In this paper, four additional species belonging to one genus were described and added the Laboulbeniales of Java Island.


Notes on species belonging to the genus coreomyces (laboulbeniales) collected from java island, indonesia.

Lee YB, Na YH, Kim SJ, Lim CK - Mycobiology (2008)

Coreomyces corixae on the inferior margin of the left elytra of Micronecta sedular. Scale bar: 100 µm.
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Figure 1: Coreomyces corixae on the inferior margin of the left elytra of Micronecta sedular. Scale bar: 100 µm.
Mentions: The authors had the opportunity to collect host insects of Laboulbeniales between August and September in 2006 from Java Island, Indonesia. Therefore, we collected 600 individuals host insects belonging to the family Corixidae of the order Hemiptera. The collected host insects were immediately placed in vials with 70% ethanol, after which they were placed on a depression slide and inspected for the presence of thalli using a dissecting microscope. Host insect specimens with visible thalli were then separated for subsequent evaluation. Thalli were transferred to a microscopic slide and then enclosed in a slide mount, after which the corresponding hosts were preserved appropriately. The thalli were then prepared by the method described by Benjamin (1971) using mount liquid (neoshigaral, K.K. Japan) as a mounting medium. Prior to this study, 83 species of Laboulbeniales belonging to 16 genera had been reported on Java Island (Lee, 1986). In this paper, four additional species belonging to one genus were described and added the Laboulbeniales of Java Island.

Bottom Line: These species, which belong to the genus Coreomyces and were found on the family Corixidae of the order Hemiptera, were as follows; Coreomycus corixae Thaxter, Coreomyces micronectae Thaxter and Coreomyces orientalis Thaxter, which were found on Micronecta sedula Horvath, and Coreomyces recurvatus Thaxter, which was found on Micronecta sedula Horvath and Xenocorixa sp.C. corixae Thaxter and C. orientalis Thaxter were originally found on Micronecta, whereas C. recurvatus Thaxter was originally found on Xenocorixa.All species described herein are new to Java Island.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Division of Science Education, Collage of Education, Chosun University, Gwangju 501-759, Korea.

ABSTRACT
Four species of Laboulbeniales collected from Java Island, Indonesia between August and September in 2006 are described. These species, which belong to the genus Coreomyces and were found on the family Corixidae of the order Hemiptera, were as follows; Coreomycus corixae Thaxter, Coreomyces micronectae Thaxter and Coreomyces orientalis Thaxter, which were found on Micronecta sedula Horvath, and Coreomyces recurvatus Thaxter, which was found on Micronecta sedula Horvath and Xenocorixa sp. C. corixae Thaxter and C. orientalis Thaxter were originally found on Micronecta, whereas C. recurvatus Thaxter was originally found on Xenocorixa. All species described herein are new to Java Island. The specimens were deposited in the Biological Herbarium, Division of Science Education, College of Education, Chosun University.

No MeSH data available.