Triadelphia acericola and T. centroseptata spp. nov., and a synopsis of the genus
A new hyphomycete species found during a collection of microfungi from plant debris and decaying wood in Connecticut, USA, is described and illustrated here as Triadelphia acericola. The new species produces four conidial forms: form (a), the predominant form, is cylindrical and 2-septate, with the apical septum covered by a wide dark band; form (b) is oblong or ellipsoidal and 1-septate; form (d) is clavate and pluriseptate, with the middle transverse septum covered by a dark band; and form (f) is globose. Literature on all published Triadelphia names is reviewed, and a comparative synopsis of the genus and a key to Triadelphia species are provided. "Triadelphia centroseptata" nom. inval. is validated by designation of a holotype, and T. archontophoenicicola nom. nov. is proposed to replace the illegitimate homonym, T. australiensis Joanne E. Taylor et al.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 17, 2018