Czech Mycology 52(4): 267–275             Article published: 5th March, 2001 doi: 10.33585/cmy.52403

GAMUNDÍ I. J., LORENZO L. E.

Ascomycetes from burnt places in the NW Patagonia, Argentina.

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Abstract

Two Pezizales and three Sordariales are described from burnt places in an indigenous for est of Nothofagus and patagonian steppe in Southern South America, about one year after a spontaneous fire occurred. A brief account of the vegetation is given, as well as methods employed. THcharina gilva and Ascobolus archeri are described on the Pezizales; Coniochaeta saccardoi, Strattonia carbonaria, and Jugulospora rotula on the Sordariales.


Keywords:     Ascomycetes, burnt places, Patagonia, Argentina

Full citation:

Gamundí I. J., Lorenzo L. E. (2001): Ascomycetes from burnt places in the NW Patagonia, Argentina. – Czech Mycology 52(4): 267–275. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.52403

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