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Marincowitz, Seonju, Marieka Gryzenhout & Michael J. Wingfield. New and rare coelomycetes with appendage-bearing conidia from Pondoland, South Africa. Mycotaxon 111: 309–322. 2010.

ABSTRACT: During a mycological excursion to the Pondoland region of South Africa in 2008, six interesting anamorphic fungi with appendage-bearing conidia were isolated. They are Bartalinia pondoensis, Crucellisporium umtamvunae, and Mycohypallage margaretae, all of which are new to science, Mycohypallage congesta with a new observation of gelatinous basal appendage, Mycotribulus mirabilis on a new host plant, Apodytes, and Chaetospermum camelliae. Morphological characters are described and notes provided. The teleomorphic affinity of C. umtamvunae to the Helotiales is proposed based on DNA sequence data.

KEYWORDS: Maputaland-Pondoland-Albany (MPA), biodiversity hotspot, microfungi

   
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