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Novel genera and species of coniothyrium-like fungi in Montagnulaceae (Ascomycota).

Verkley GJ, Dukik K, Renfurm R, Göker M, Stielow JB - Persoonia (2014)

Bottom Line: In Paraphaeosphaeria five new species are described based on asexual morphs, viz.Paraph. arecacearum sp. nov., Paraph. neglecta sp. nov., Paraph. sardoa sp. nov., Paraph. verruculosa sp. nov., and Paraph. viridescens sp. nov.Macro- and micromorphological characteristics are fully described.

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Affiliation: CBS-KNAW Fungal Biodiversity Centre, P.O. Box 85167, 3508 AD Utrecht, The Netherlands;

ABSTRACT
Based on analyses of concatenated internal transcribed spacer regions of the nrDNA operon (ITS), large subunit rDNA (LSU), γ-actin and β-tubulin gene sequences the taxonomy of coniothyrium-like fungi belonging in the family Montagnulaceae, order Pleosporales, was re-assessed. Two new genera are proposed, Alloconiothyrium, to accommodate A. aptrootii sp. nov., and Dendrothyrium for D. longisporum sp. nov. and D. variisporum sp. nov. One new species is described in Paraconiothyrium, viz. Parac. archidendri sp. nov., while two species so far classified in Paraconiothyrium are transferred to Paraphaeosphaeria, viz. Paraph. minitans comb. nov. and Paraph. sporulosa comb. nov. In Paraphaeosphaeria five new species are described based on asexual morphs, viz. Paraph. arecacearum sp. nov., Paraph. neglecta sp. nov., Paraph. sardoa sp. nov., Paraph. verruculosa sp. nov., and Paraph. viridescens sp. nov. Macro- and micromorphological characteristics are fully described.

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Paraphaeosphaeria angularis (CBS 167.70T, ex-type culture). a. Colony on OA; b. colony on MEA, also showing reverse on the right; c–e. conidia on OA. — Scale bars = 10 μm.
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Figure 9: Paraphaeosphaeria angularis (CBS 167.70T, ex-type culture). a. Colony on OA; b. colony on MEA, also showing reverse on the right; c–e. conidia on OA. — Scale bars = 10 μm.

Mentions: Paraphaeosphaeria angularis Verkley & Aa, sp. nov. — MycoBank MB800765; Fig. 9


Novel genera and species of coniothyrium-like fungi in Montagnulaceae (Ascomycota).

Verkley GJ, Dukik K, Renfurm R, Göker M, Stielow JB - Persoonia (2014)

Paraphaeosphaeria angularis (CBS 167.70T, ex-type culture). a. Colony on OA; b. colony on MEA, also showing reverse on the right; c–e. conidia on OA. — Scale bars = 10 μm.
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Figure 9: Paraphaeosphaeria angularis (CBS 167.70T, ex-type culture). a. Colony on OA; b. colony on MEA, also showing reverse on the right; c–e. conidia on OA. — Scale bars = 10 μm.
Mentions: Paraphaeosphaeria angularis Verkley & Aa, sp. nov. — MycoBank MB800765; Fig. 9

Bottom Line: In Paraphaeosphaeria five new species are described based on asexual morphs, viz.Paraph. arecacearum sp. nov., Paraph. neglecta sp. nov., Paraph. sardoa sp. nov., Paraph. verruculosa sp. nov., and Paraph. viridescens sp. nov.Macro- and micromorphological characteristics are fully described.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: CBS-KNAW Fungal Biodiversity Centre, P.O. Box 85167, 3508 AD Utrecht, The Netherlands;

ABSTRACT
Based on analyses of concatenated internal transcribed spacer regions of the nrDNA operon (ITS), large subunit rDNA (LSU), γ-actin and β-tubulin gene sequences the taxonomy of coniothyrium-like fungi belonging in the family Montagnulaceae, order Pleosporales, was re-assessed. Two new genera are proposed, Alloconiothyrium, to accommodate A. aptrootii sp. nov., and Dendrothyrium for D. longisporum sp. nov. and D. variisporum sp. nov. One new species is described in Paraconiothyrium, viz. Parac. archidendri sp. nov., while two species so far classified in Paraconiothyrium are transferred to Paraphaeosphaeria, viz. Paraph. minitans comb. nov. and Paraph. sporulosa comb. nov. In Paraphaeosphaeria five new species are described based on asexual morphs, viz. Paraph. arecacearum sp. nov., Paraph. neglecta sp. nov., Paraph. sardoa sp. nov., Paraph. verruculosa sp. nov., and Paraph. viridescens sp. nov. Macro- and micromorphological characteristics are fully described.

No MeSH data available.