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Taxonomic and ecological studies on Ascomycota, with emphasis on xylariaceous fungi

  1. Xylaria collections from termite nests with dichotomously branched stromata have been identified as X. furcata. However, Léveillé’s original material is no longer available, and the modern interpretation of X. fu...

    Authors: Yu-Ming Ju, Huei-Mei Hsieh and Nuttika Suwannasai
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:21
  2. Xylaria species growing on fallen leaves and petioles have not been treated systematically. One source of confusion in this group of Xylaria species has stemmed from X. filiformis, which is an ancient name publis...

    Authors: Yu-Ming Ju and Huei-Mei Hsieh
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:19
  3. Globally, many undescribed fungal taxa reside in the hyperdiverse, yet undersampled, tropics. These species are under increasing threat from habitat destruction by expanding extractive industry, in addition to...

    Authors: R. Vandegrift, D. S. Newman, B. T. M. Dentinger, R. Batallas-Molina, N. Dueñas, J. Flores, P. Goyes, T. S. Jenkinson, J. McAlpine, D. Navas, T. Policha, D. C. Thomas and B. A. Roy
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:17
  4. The genus Induratia is based on Induratia apiospora, a xylarialean pyrenomycete from New Zealand with clypeate uniperitheciate stromata, hyaline apiospores and a nodulisporium-like anamorph. However, because of t...

    Authors: Marjorie Cedeño-Sanchez, Rahel Schiefelbein, Marc Stadler, Hermann Voglmayr, Konstanze Bensch and Christopher Lambert
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:8
  5. The biodiversity of the mycobiota of soft cheese rinds such as Brie or Camembert has been extensively studied, but scant information is available on the fungi colonizing the rinds of cheese produced in the Sou...

    Authors: Sophie De Respinis, AnnaPaola Caminada, Elisa Pianta, Antoine Buetti-Dinh, Patrizia Riva Scettrini, Liliane Petrini, Mauro Tonolla and Orlando Petrini
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:6