Czech Mycology 53(4): 309–317             Article published: 3rd October, 2002 doi: 10.33585/cmy.53407

GÖNCZÖL J., MARVANOVÁ L.

Anquillospora mediocris sp. nov. from streams in Hungary.

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Abstract

Anguillospora mediocris sp. nov. is described from the Morgó stream system in Hungary. It produces relatively short, falcate or sigmoid conidia on percurrent conidiogenous cells. Apycnidial microconidial synanamorph was observed in pure culture. The natural substrate is leaves, mainly of alder (Alnus glutinosa). The fungus seems to prefer hard waters. Conidiain nature, even when abundant in stream, occur only sporadically in foam.


Keywords:     aquatic hyphomycetes, taxonomy, ecology

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Gönczöl J., Marvanová L. (2002): Anquillospora mediocris sp. nov. from streams in Hungary. – Czech Mycology 53(4): 309–317. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.53407

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