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Ramaley, Annette W. Pulvinella, a new genus with prosenchymatous propagules. Mycotaxon 79: 51-56. 2001.

ABSTRACT: Pulvinella, a new genus in the Agonomycetales, is described from dead leaves of Nolina, a member of the Agavaceae. The fungus produces caducous, prosenchymatous propagules that are multihyphal in origin. Neither a sexual phase nor an alternative asexual phase is known from nature or from culture.

KEYWORDS: Agonomycetales, Nolina, systematics, Verdipulvinus

NOMENCLATURAL NOVELTIES:
Pulvinella A.W. Ramaley, p. 52
Pulvinella nolinae A.W. Ramaley, p. 52

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