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Open Access Digitella rigidophora and Redbia inflata, two new microfungi from Mexico

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Two microfungi collected from plant debris in cloud forests during a survey of the fungi associated with leaf litter in Veracruz are described and illustrated. Digitella rigidophora gen. et sp. nov. is distinguished by polytretic conidiogenous cells having a successive sympodial but rectilinear or geniculated proliferation and with discoid to papillateperforate thickened conidiogenous loci and digitate solitary dark brown to brown conidia. Redbia inflata sp. nov. is characterized by alternate, curved to coiled, slightly echinulate branches that possess a distinct ampulla at the ends and by coarsely verruculose, subhyaline, 0–1-septate conidia.

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Publication date: November 20, 2013

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