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Table 1 Morphometric characteristics of Asterolibertia species (µm), including five new ones described in this study.

From: Additions to the genera Asterolibertia and Cirsosia (Asterinaceae, Asterinales), with particular reference to species from the Brazilian Cerrado

Asterolibertia Species Ascomata Hyphae Appressoria Asci Ascospores Source and country
anisopterae (Syd. & P. Syd.) Hansf. < 800 × 300–450 6–7 15–20 × 10–15 50–70 × 45–55 28–38 × 17–22 Hansford (1949), Philippines
bahiensis Firmino, Inácio & Dianese 175–235 4–5 14–17.5 × 9–10 35–52.5 × 30–42.5 32.5–37.5 × 10–14 Present study, Brazil
bakeri (Syd. & P. Syd.) Hansf. <350 3–5 10–15 × 5–8 50–70 × 30–40 26–36 × 12–14 Hansford (1949), Philippines
barrinhensis Firmino & Dianese 105–167.5 4–5 9–15 × 7.5–10 30–42.5 diam 20–27.5 × 9–12.5 Present study, Brazil
bredemeyerae (Rehm) Arx 170–280 4–5.5 55–70 × 18–27 18–25 × 8–10 Müller& Arx (1962), Brazil
burchelliae (Doidge) Doidge 90–120 3–4 5–5.5 wide 27–37.5 × 16–20 13–17.5 × 5–6.5 Doidge (1942), South Africa
campograndensis Firmino & Dianese 75–160 5–7 9–14 × 7.5–12 30–40 × 20–32.5 22.5–30 × 9.5–10.5 Present study, Brazil
couepiae (Henn.) G. Arnaud 150–200 6–8 30–35 × 26–32 16–24 × 8–13 Arnaud (1918), Brazil
crustacea (Ellis & Everh.) Hansf. <400 4.5–5.5 4.5–5.5 wide 100 × 20–25 25–28 × 8–14 Hansford (1955), Dominican Republic
cryptocaryae (Cooke) Hansf. <300 4–5 100 × 35 25–32 × 11–13 Hansford (1954b), Australia
gibbosa (Gaillard) Hansf <90 5–6 10–14 × 7–8 27–32 × 18–24 17–21 × 8–9 Hansford (1949), Brazil
hiiranensis (W. Yamam.) W. Yamam. 35–62 3–4.5 7–11 × 5.5–7 23–30 × 16–23 14–16 × 6.5–7 Yamamoto (1957), Taiwan
hydnocarpi Hosag. & T.K. Abraham <264 11–13.5 14–16 × 11–13.5 < 67 diam 49–51.5 × 26–32.5 Hosagoudar & Abraham (1997), India
inaequalis (Mont.) Toro 180–280 6–9 9–14 wide 100 diam 32–40 × 18–25 Toro (1933), French Guiana
licaniae (Cooke) Hansf. < 450 × 300 6–9 7–13 × 9–13 30–33 × 18–20 Hansford (1949), Brazil
licaniicola Hansf. 170 4–5 9–11 × 6–7 24–28 × 12–15 Hansford (1949), Brazil
malpighii Bat. & H. Maia 120–185 4–8 13.5–21 × 4–8 37–43 × 27–32 29–35 × 15–16.5 Batista & Maia (1960a), Brazil
mangiferae Hansf. & Thirum. 250–300 7 12–15 × 10–11 < 70 diam 35–42 × 16–19 Hansford & Thirumalachar (1948), India
megathyria (Doidge) Doidge 140–200 5–6 7.5–10 wide 27–40 × 15–20 16–20 × 8–9 Doidge (1942), South Africa
myocoproides (Sacc. & Berl.) Arx 500 8.5–9 16–20 wide 50–60 × 20–22 26–28 × 10–12 Müller& Arx (1962), Brazil
nodulifera (Syd. & P. Syd.) T.A. Hofmann 320–420 4.5–7 9–13 × 8–12 33–36 × 13–15 33–36 × 13–16 Hofmann & Piepenbring (2014), Philippines
nodulosa (Speg.) Hansf. <250 5–6 10–15 × 10–12 100 × 50 30–40 × 14–18 Hansford (1949), Costa Rica
nothopegiae Hosag. & T.K. Abraham <265 5–7 10–12 × 9.5–11 32–35 × 24–27 19–21 × 9–10 Hosagoudar & Abraham (1997), India
parinaricola Firmino, Inácio et al. 150–207.5 4.5–5.5 10–15 × 7–9 37.5–7.5 × 29–32.5 34–40 × 10–14 Present study, Brazil
parinarii (Syd.) Hansf. 130–160 3–4.5 6.5–7.5 × 5–6 30–38 × 25–35 18–22.5 × 5–6 Hansford (1947), Democratic Republic of the Congo
peruviana Hansf. 200 4–6 4–6 wide 17 × 8 Hansford (1955), Peru
pogonophorae Bat. & H. Maia. 125–175 4–6 10–12 × 6–8 43–55 × 33–35 33–35 × 10–12 Batista et al. (1961), Brazil
randiae (Doidge) Arx 75–100 2–4 20 × 5–8 15–18 × 5–6.5 Müller & Arx (1962), Southern Africa
santiriae (Syd. & P. Syd.) Hansf. 400 × 250–300 5–7 15–20 × 8–10 50–75 × 45–60 32–36 × 17–22 Hansford (1954a), Philippines
schroeteri (Rehm) Arx 220–300 6–8 10–13 wide 60–70 × 42–46 38–42 × 11–13 Müller& Arx (1962), Brazil
spatholobi Hansf. 250 5–6 6–8 × 6–8 45 x35 18–20 × 7.5–8.5 Hansford (1954a), Java
sporoboli E. Castell. & Graniti 60–110 6 6–16 × 7–10 16–22 × 7–9 Castellani & Graniti (1950), Ethiopia
thaxteri Hansf. 250 3–5 6–7 × 4–7 50–55 × 21–24 Hansford (1957), Grenada
ulei Hansf. 200 6–7 8–12 × 9–11 24–30 × 12–17 Hansford (1949), Brazil
vateriae Hosag. 300–400 × 150–250 11–13 10–15 × 2–14 < 35 diam 36–39 × 21–23 Hosagoudar et al. (2006), India