Czech Mycology 55(1-2): 57–72             Article published: 23rd July, 2003 doi: 10.33585/cmy.55104

NOVOTNÝ D.

Cryptosporiopsis radicicola and Pezicula eucrita - neglected species of microscopic fungi in the Czech Republic.

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Abstract

Cryptosporiopsis radicicola was frequently found during a study of endophytic mycobiota of oak roots in the Czech Republic from 1996 to 1999. This is the first record from this region. Pezicula eucrita was isolated from the bark of spruce stem in South Moravia. This species was frequently recorded during there vision of collections of Pezicula from conifers deposited in herbariain the Czech Republic. Alot of strains of there lated species Pezicula cinnamomea were obtained in pure culture. Till now, this fungus had only been known in the Czech Republic from herbarium specimens.


Keywords:     endophytes, first record in the Czech Republic, roots, bark, Picea abies, Quercus, Pezicula cinnamomea, Prunus, Pezicula livida

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Novotný D. (2003): Cryptosporiopsis radicicola and Pezicula eucrita - neglected species of microscopic fungi in the Czech Republic. – Czech Mycology 55(1-2): 57–72. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.55104

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