Czech Mycology 64(1): 73–78             Article published online: 2nd July, 2012 doi: 10.33585/cmy.64108

KOUKOL O.

A new species of Rhexoampullifera (Pezizomycotina) from a rotten broadleaved trunk.

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Abstract

A new species of Rhexoampullifera (Pezizomycotina inc. sed.) found on a rotten broadleaved trunk is described as R. moravica Koukol sp. nov. The fungus forms chains of 0–6-septate dark brown conidia seceding rhexolytically, which are characteristic of the genus Rhexoampullifera. It differs from the morphologically most similar R. fagi by narrower and longer conidia and absence of a single separating cell. The separation of conidia is unequal in R. moravica: one conidium remains with a rim only, whilst the adjacent one possesses a septum and a rim.


Keywords:     Ascomycota, hyphomycetes, polar cells, rhexolytic secession, Ampulliferina, Czech Republic

Full citation:

Koukol O. (2012): A new species of Rhexoampullifera (Pezizomycotina) from a rotten broadleaved trunk. – Czech Mycology 64(1): 73–78. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.64108

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