Czech Mycology 73(2): 163–171             Article published online: 22nd October, 2021 doi: 10.33585/cmy.73204

BAKHIT M. S.

The genus Canalisporium (Savoryellaceae) from freshwater habitats in Egypt.

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Abstract

During an ongoing study of freshwater fungi colonising decaying submerged wood in Egypt, two species of Canalisporium, namely C. grenadoideum and C. jinghongense, were recorded for the first time in Egypt and Africa. These two species are described and illustrated herein. The conidial morphology of the two species was compared with that of others elsewhere in the world. The asexual morph of C. grenadoideum was recorded and described for the first time on natural substrate in the present study. A key to Canalisporium species in Egypt is provided.


Keywords:     asexual, hyphomycetes, lignicolous, muriform, River Nile.

Article history: received 6 August 2021, revised 22 September 2021, accepted 27 September 2021, published online 22 October 2021

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Bakhit M. S. (2021): The genus Canalisporium (Savoryellaceae) from freshwater habitats in Egypt. – Czech Mycology 73(2): 163–171. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.73204

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