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Delgado, Gregorio. South Florida microfungi: a new species of Stanjehughesia (hyphomycetes) from Sabal palm. Mycotaxon 103: 229–234. 2008.

ABSTRACT: Stanjehughesia floridensis anam. sp. nov. is described and illustrated from rachides and petioles of dead leaves of Sabal sp. in southeastern Florida, USA. The fungus is characterized by conidiophores reduced to monoblastic, brown, cylindrical, ampulliform or lageniform, solitary or clustered conidiogenous cells and obclavate to cylindric-obclavate, smooth, brown, 5-9 euseptate conidia with dark bands at the septa. It is compared with morphologically similar taxa, and a synoptical table of accepted species of Stanjehughesia is provided.

KEYWORDS: anamorphic fungi, palm fungi, Sporidesmium

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