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Title: Sedecimiella taiwanensis gen. et sp. nov., a marine mangrove fungus in the Hypocreales (Hypocreomycetidae, Ascomycota)
Authors: Ka-Lai Pang
Siti A. Alias
Michael W.L. Chiang
Lilian L.P. Vrijmoed
E.B. Gareth Jones
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:海洋生物研究所
Keywords: Sordariomycetes
Kandelia obovata
aquatic fungi
Date: 2010
Issue Date: 2018-04-18T01:14:34Z
Publisher: Botanica Marina
Abstract: Abstract: In an ongoing survey of marine mangrove fungi in Taiwan, a fungus with light-coloured ascomata, resembling members of the Hypocreales, was found on twigs of Kandelia obovata. Based on morphological characteristics and partial nuclear small and large subunit ribosomal DNA data, the fungus is described as a new genus and species, Sedecimiella taiwanensis, and placed in the Hypocreales (Hypocreomycetidae, Ascomycota). Phylogenetic analyses based on LSU/SSU sequences did not resolve the familial placement of S. tawianensis within the Hypcreales, but it may be related to the Niessliaceae. The characteristic features of S. tawianensis are orange to dark-brown colour, soft-texture and perithecial ascomata with the inner wall layer of the neck extending into the upper part of the centrum; cylindrical, 16-spored, unitunicate asci without an apical pore; and hyaline, smoothwalled and globose ascospores.
Relation: 53 pp.493-498
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/45944
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