Arthrotaeniolella aquatica gen. & sp. nov. and Pseudospiropes piatanensis sp. nov. from Brazil
A new genus and species, Arthrotaeniolella aquatica, and a new species, Pseudospiropes piatanensis, collected on submerged decaying plant materials in the Brazilian semiarid region, are described and illustrated. Arthrotaeniolella aquatica is characterized by distinct, sinuate, slender, branched, hyaline or subhyaline to pale dirty brown conidiophores that produce cylindrical to sub-oblong, unicellular to euseptate, dark brown conidia formed by thallic-arthric disarticulation of the branches. Pseudospiropes piatanensis is distinguished by a polyblastic conidiogenous cell that produces fusiform to lunate, 10–15-distoseptate, pale brown conidia.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 12 July 2017