Czech Mycology 52(1): 81–88             Article published: 21st January, 2000 doi: 10.33585/cmy.52106

PAŽOUTOVÁ S., KOLÍNSKÁ R.

Record of Cerebella sp. in Czech Republic and of Cerebella andropogonis in Brazil.

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Abstract

Cerebella sp. is reported from spike of Festuca arundinacea colonized by Claviceps purpurea in Trutnov, Czech Republic (1998). Spores were 2-3 celled with stalk cell, brown, with smooth cell walls and sized 11.1—13.9 X 12.0-14.5 μm. Rarely, 4-celled spores about 21 X 12 μm were found. Sporodochia were formed in cultures on potato carrot agar and corn-steep agar. Cerebella andropogonis Ces. was collected on Brachiaria sp. colonized by Claviceps sulcata at Sete Lagoas (Minas Gerais, Brazil 1996). Spores were 2-7 celled, with stalk cell, dark brown, sized 15-22 X 14-20 μm, their cell wall was slightly verrucose or smooth and thicker than that of Trutnov sample.


Keywords:     Cerebella, Claviceps, micromycetes, Czech Republic, Brazil

Full citation:

Pažoutová S., Kolínská R. (2000): Record of Cerebella sp. in Czech Republic and of Cerebella andropogonis in Brazil. – Czech Mycology 52(1): 81–88. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.52106

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