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Castañeda Ruíz, Rafael F., David W. Minter, Marc Stadler, Josepa Gené, Josep Guarro & Josep Cano. Two new anamorphic fungi from Cuba: Endophragmiella profusa sp. nov. and Repetoblastiella olivacea gen. & sp. nov. Mycotaxon 113: 415–422. 2010.

ABSTRACT: Endophragmiella profusa sp. nov., on submerged decaying leaves of Bucida palustris and on bark of decaying nuts of Couroupita guianensis, and Repetoblastiella olivacea anam. gen. & sp. nov., on bark of decaying nuts of Couroupita guianensis from tropical forests in Cuba, are described and illustrated. Endophragmiella profusa is distinguished by obovoid, clavate, pyriform to slightly turbinate, 3–5-septate, mostly 5-septate, dark brown, and smooth conidia. Repetoblastiella olivacea is characterized by inconspicuous conidiophores and monoblastic, determinate conidiogenous cells that bear cylindrical, multi-septate, olivaceous to pale olivaceous brown conidia—repeatedly blastocatenate and forming several irregular chains from several indeterminate cells across the length of the conidial body.

KEYWORDS: freshwater fungi, hyphomycetes, systematics

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