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Atradidymella muscivora gen. et sp. nov. (Pleosporales) and its anamorph Phoma muscivora sp. nov.: A new pleomorphic pathogen of boreal bryophytesDownload
During a survey of bryophilous fungi from boreal and montane habitats, 12 isolates of a hitherto unknown plant pathogenic member of the Pleosporales were recovered from Aulacomnium palustre , Hylocomium splendens , and Polytrichum juniperinum , and described as Atradidymella muscivora gen. et sp....
Evidence that the gemmae of Papulaspora sepedonioides are neotenous perithecia in the MelanosporalesDownload
Papulaspora sepedonioides produces large multicellular gemmae with several, thick-walled central cells enclosed within a sheath of smaller thinwalled cells. Phylogenetic analysis of the large subunit rDNA indicates P. sepedonioides has affinities to the Melanosporales (Hypocreomycetidae). The...
Atradidymella muscivora (Pleosporales) is a bryophyte pathogen that infects the mosses Aulacomnium palustre , Hylocomium splendens , and Polytrichum juniperinum . Light and scanning electron microscopy and extracellular enzyme production were used to characterize the interactions between this...