Czech Mycology 53(3): 237–255             Article published: 10th January, 2002 doi: 10.33585/cmy.53308

KUBÁTOVÁ A., ČERNÝ M., NOVÁKOVÁ A.

New records of micromycetes from the Czech Republic. IV. Acrodontium salmoneum, Chaunopycnis alba and Cylindrocarpostylus gregarius, and notes on Dactylaria lanosa and Trichoderma saturnisporum.

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Abstract

Five saprotrophic mitotic microfungi, Acrodontium salmoneum, Chaunopycnis alba, Cylin­drocarpostylus gregarius, Dactylaria lanosa, and Trichoderma saturnisporum, were found during studies of micromycete diversity in the Šumava Mts., Krkonoše Mts., Krušné hory Mts., Prague and Jevany near Prague in the Czech Republic. The microfungi were isolated from soil, except Cylindrocarpostylus gregarius, which was found on bark, and Acrodontium salmoneum isolated from air, seeds and mites. Three of them had not yet been reported from the Czech Republic and are considered to be the first records for this country. Descriptions and illustrations are given. All the fungi are maintained in the Culture Collection of Fungi (CCF), Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, Charles University, Prague.


Keywords:     conidial fungi, saprotrophs, biologically active metabolites, Bohemia

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Kubátová A., Černý M., Nováková A. (2002): New records of micromycetes from the Czech Republic. IV. Acrodontium salmoneum, Chaunopycnis alba and Cylindrocarpostylus gregarius, and notes on Dactylaria lanosa and Trichoderma saturnisporum. – Czech Mycology 53(3): 237–255. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.53308

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