TITLE

LOS ASCOMYCETES ACANTHONITSCHKIA, CORYNELIA, LOPADOSTOMA Y CAMAROPS EN MEXICO

AUTHOR(S)
San Martin Gonzalez, Felipe; Lavin, Pablo Antonio
PUB. DATE
November 1997
SOURCE
Acta Botanica Mexicana;1997, Issue 41, p31
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The pyrenomyceteous fungi Acanthonitschkia argentinensis Speg. (Sordariales, Nitschkiaceae), Camarops ustulinoides (P. Henn.) Nannf. and C. polysperma (Mont.) J. H. Miller (Boliniaceae), Corynelia oreophila (Speg.) Starb. (Coryneliales, Coryneliaceae), and Lopadostoma turgidum (Pers.: Fr.) Traverso (Xylariales, Xylariaceae), are described and illustrated. A key for Camarops species of the American Continent is provided.
ACCESSION #
20395835

 

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