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Castañeda Ruiz, Rafael F., Gabriela Heredia Abarca, Rosa María Arias Mota, Marc Stadler, Masatoshi Saikawa & David W. Minter. Anaselenosporella sylvatica gen. & sp. nov. and Pseudoacrodictys aquatica sp. nov., two new anamorphic fungi from Mexico. Mycotaxon 112: 65–74. 2010.

ABSTRACT: Anaselenosporella sylvatica anam. gen. & sp. nov. found on dead leaves of an unidentified plant and Pseudoacrodictys aquatica found on a decaying twig submerged in a stream, both in Veracruz, Mexico, are described and illustrated. The former is distinguished by fasciculate, macronematous, dichotomous branched, brown conidiophores, and polyblastic, sympodially proliferating conidiogenous cells with flat to slightly convex and obscure loci. The conidia are solitary, unicellular, acicular, semicircular, and curved to uncinate. The latter is characterized by sub-involute or imbricate, globose to irregular, dark brown to black conidia.

KEYWORDS: aquatic fungi, conidial fungi, cloud forest, systematics

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