Two new species of Repetophragma from the Iberian Peninsula
Repetophragma fragile and R. ibericum, two new microfungi collected on plant debris, are described and illustrated. Repetophragma fragile is distinguished by variable, subnavicular, obovoid to subrhomboidal, collapsing, 0–1-septate, pale brown conidia often with faint bands or irregular spots on the surface. Repetophragma ibericum is characterized by turbinate to globose, mostly 2-septate, guttulate conidia, with brown central cell and paler brown end cells.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 20, 2013