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Castañeda Ruíz, Rafael F., Balmore Guerrero, Giuseppe M. Adamo, Osmar Morillo, David W. Minter, Marc Stadler, Josepa Gené & Josep Guarro. A new species of Selenosporella and two microfungi recorded from a cloud forest in Mérida, Venezuela. Mycotaxon 109: 63–74. 2009.

ABSTRACT:  Selenosporella setosa, a new anamorphic fungus collected on decaying leaves of an unidentified plant, is described and illustrated. S. setosa is characterized by subulate conidiophores with 1–4 verticillate, sessile setae near the apex and lunate, hyaline, one-celled conidia. S. perramosa comb. nov. is proposed to accommodate Selenodriella perramosa. A key to treated Selenosporella species and illustrations are provided. Two other species of anamorphic fungi are recorded and illustrated from Venezuela.

KEYWORDS:  systematics, conidial fungi

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