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Table 3 Morphometric characteristics of Cirsosia species (µm), including a new one described in this study.

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

Cirsosia Species Ascomata Hyphae Appressoria Asci Ascospores Source and country
arecacearum Hosag. & M. Pillai 200–500 × 230–257 3–5 9–9.5 × 8–9.5 43–59 × 24–28 27–31 × 12–14 Hosagoudar & Pillai (1994), India
dipterocarpi (Henn.) Bat. & H. Maia 315–388 × 242–267 5–7 8–10 × 13.5–15 64–70 × 54–60 30–43 × 18–19 Batista & Maia (1960b), Philippines
flabellariae (Syd.) Bat. & H. Maia 240–300 × 141–178 3–5.5 8–16 × 6.5–8 27–29.5 × 19–24 24–27 × 14–16 Batista & Maia (1960b), Sierra Leone
globulifera (Pat.) Arx 240–350 × 150–200 3–6.5 9–12.5 × 7–9.5 60–74.5 × 31–46.5 43–46.5 × 15–18.5 Müller& Arx (1962), Vietnam
hopeae Hosag., Jac. Thomas & D.K. Agarwal 300–470 × 250–300 9–12 9–15 wide 35–44 diam 22–25 × 11–13 Hosagoudar et al. (2011), India
hughesii Bat. & H. Maia 1090–1750 × 300–365 2.5–5.6 8–10.5 × 6.5–10.5 51–62 × 40.5–43 32.5–38 × 13.5–16.5 Batista & Maia (1960b), Ghana
irregularis (Syd.) Arx 500–1100 × 190–280 6–8 60–80 × 50–65 32–38 × 15–18 Müller& Arx (1962), Philippines
litseae Hosag. & G.R. Archana 156–392 × 78–196 3–5 11–22 × 3–7 32–40 × 35–40 17–26 × 11–15 Hosagoudar (2012), India
manaosensis (Henn.) G. Arnaud 200–450 × 130–160 4–7 9–13 wide 30–40 diam 25–30 × 12–15 Arnaud (1918), Brazil
moquileae Bat. & H. Maia 150–375 3.5–5 10–12.5 × 6–7.5 25–45 × 22.5–40 20–25 × 14–20 Batista & Maia (1960b), Brazil
moulmeinensis Thaung < 600 × 340 3.5–5.5 7.5–18.5 × 5.5–12 44.5–57.5 × 37–48 26–33.5 × 15–20.5 Thaung (1976), Myanmar
santiriae Bat. & H. Maia 542–752 × 303–364 5.5–6.5 8–10.5 × 3–5.5 75–85 × 56.5–57.5 32.5–35 × 19–21.5 Batista & Maia (1960b), Philippines
splendida Bat. & H. Maia 330–510 × 160–250 2.5–5 8.5–15 × 4–7.5 20–31 × 17.5–28 17.5–21.5 × 6–7.5 Batista & Maia (1960b), Brazil
splendida var. laevigata Firmino & Dianese n. var. 110–290 × 60–90 2.5–5 10–15 × 4.5–7.5 25–37.5 × 17.5–27.5 17.5–27.5 × 6–9.5 Present study, Brazil
transversalis (Syd.) Deighton 300–900 × 180–280 4–5 11–14 × 7–8 60–80 × 50–70 40–46 × 16–20 Hughes (1952), Philippines
vateriae Hosag. 245–345 × 90–245 7–9 14–18 × 9–11 35–50 diam 28–32 × 15–18 Hosagoudar (2012), India