New or interesting laboulbeniales (Ascomycota) from the mediterranean region

Sergio Santamaria, Walter Rossi

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Abstract

Two new species of Laboulbeniales occurring on beedes from the Mediterranean region are described: Dimeromyces pavesii, parasitic on Corcyra- nillus abnormis (Salhberg) (Carabidae) from Greece and Phaulomyces mediter- raneus, parasitic on Cerylon spp. (Colydiidae) from France, Italy and Spain. The following fourteen species are recorded for the first time from one or more Mediterranean countries: Acompsomyces stenichni (Scheloske) I.I. Tav., Asa- phomyces tubanticus (Middelh. & Boelens) Scheloske, Botryandromyces hete- roceri (Maire) I.I. Tav. & T. Majewski, Cantharomyces numidicus Maire, Cucu- jomyces rotundatus T. Majewski, Dimorphomyces tuzsonii (Banhegi) I.I. Tav., Distolomyces forficulae (T. Majewski) I.I. Tav., Euzodiomyces latbrobii Thaxt., Neobaplomyces medonalis R.K. Benj., Peyritschiella beinemanniana De Kesel, Prolixandromyces triandrus Santam., Sietnaszkoa fennica Hidden, Teratomyces mirificus Thaxt. and Triceromyces hydrometrae R.K. Benj. © 1999 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)163-171
JournalPlant Biosystems
Volume133
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 1999

Keywords

  • Laboulbeniales
  • Mediterranean region
  • Taxonomy

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