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Keshava Prasad, T. S., L. G. Asha & D. J. Bhat. A new species of Memnoniella from India. Mycotaxon 85: 341 - 344. 2003.

ABSTRACT: A new species of Hyphyomyetes, Memnoniella indica, isolated from decaying leaves of an unidentified dicot plant from the forests of Andaman Islands, India, is described and illustrated. The fungus produces catenulate, globose, verruculose, dark brown conidia on monophialidic, discrete, hyaline conidiogenous cells and short, partly hyaline, determinate, branched, septate, mononematous conidiophores. It is distinguished from the known species of Memnoniella on the basis of morphology and dimension of conidiophores and conidia. A key to the species of Memnoniella is given.

KEYWORDS: tropical fungi, hyphomycetes, Andaman Islands, biodiversity

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