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Su, Hongyan, Yan Li, MingHe Mo & Keqin Zhang. Monacrosporium multiseptatum, a new predacious fungus from China. Mycotaxon 92: 193-196. 2005.

ABSTRACT: Monacrosporium multiseptatum, a new predacious species, is described from Yunnan Province, China. The fungus is characterized by its simple, unbranched conidiophores and elongate fusiform to straight clavate conidia with 4-9 septa (usually 6-7) and a size of 67.5-132.5 (91.6) 13.8-17.5(15.5)µm. The fungus captures nematodes by stalked adhesive knobs and forms spherical to ellipsoidal chlamydospores in older culture.

KEYWORDS: nematode-trapping fungi

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