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Castañeda Ruiz, Rafael F., Gabriela Heredia Abarca, Rosa Maria Arias Mota, Cinthya Ivonne Becerra, Masatoshi Saikawa, David Minter & Marc Stadler. Elotespora, an enigmatic anamorphic fungus from Tabasco, Mexico. Mycotaxon 111: 197–203. 2010.

ABSTRACT: Elotespora mexicana anam. gen. & sp. nov., found on decaying wood of an unidentified plant, is described and illustrated. It is distinguished by minute, scattered, cupulate conidiomata in which a single, large, muriform, elongate ellipsoid to cylindrical brown conidium is produced. The conidial development of this fungus is unclear.

KEYWORDS: tropical rainforest, systematics, conidial fungi

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