A new fungus with arthroconidia from foam
Mycoarthris corallina is described from stream foam in the U.K. The fungus produces white colonies with a light-induced salmon-coloured pigmentation. Chains of rod-like arthroconidia are formed on sympodially proliferating conidiophores. No teleomorph is known, but phylogenetic analyses of partial sequences of ITS1-2 and SSU rDNA indicate a relationship with the Hyaloscyphaceae (Ascomycota, Helotiales).
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: August 1, 2002
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