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Open Access New species of Dendryphiopsis and Stauriella from Goa, India

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Two new species of hyphomycetes isolated from decaying plant litter collected from Goa, India, are described and illustrated. Dendryphiopsis goanensis, found on decaying bark of an unidentified tree, is characterized by mostly polytretic, integrated, discrete, terminal, and intercalary conidiogenous cells. Stauriella indica, collected from decaying spathe of coconut tree, is characterized by sub-hyaline, spinulate, staurosporous conidia with 15–20 cells.

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Keywords: BIODIVERSITY; TAXONOMY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 15 October 2010

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