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  1. Authors: David L. Hawksworth, Keith A. Seifert, Beatrice Senn-Irlet, Anthony J. Whalley, Jens C. Frisvad, Alexander Kovalenko, Yuri Novozhilov, Mark Levitin, Alina Alexandrova, Mikhail Zhurbenko, Asit Baran De, Kiran Ramchandra Ranadive, Gerard Verkley, Amy Rossman, Alexey Chernyshev and Steven Stephenson
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2017 8:BF03449430
  2. Ratification of appointmentof repositories by the International Mycological Congress is reported. The following two family names are recommended for conservation: Chrysotrichaceae against Pulverariaceae; and the ...

    Authors: Tom W. May
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2017 8:801189
  3. The current paper represents the fourth contribution in the Genera of Fungi series, linking type species of fungal genera to their morphology and DNA sequence data. The present paper focuses on two genera of m...

    Authors: Pedro W. Crous and Johannes Z. Groenewald
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2017 8:801131
  4. Authors: Ronald H. Petersen, Henning Knudsen, Svengunnar Ryman and Walter Gams
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:BF03449423
  5. Authors: David L. Hawksworth and Sharon A. Cantrell Rodríguez
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:BF03449418
  6. Draft genomes for the fungi Ceratocystis fagacearum, C. harringtonii, Grosmannia penicillata, and Huntiella bhutanensis are presented. Ceratocystis fagacearum is a major causal agent of vascular wilt of oaks and ...

    Authors: Brenda D. Wingfield, Tuan A. Duong, Almuth Hammerbacher, Magnet A. van der Nest, Andi Wilson, Runlei Chang, Z. Wilhelm de Beer, Emma T. Steenkamp, P. Markus Wilken, Kershney Naidoo and Michael J. Wingfield
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:702317

    The Erratum to this article has been published in IMA Fungus 2017 8:Art8

  7. Ustilago is a polyphyletic genus of smut fungi found mainly on Poaceae. The development of a taxonomy that reflects phylogeny requires subdivision of Ustilago into smaller monophyletic genera. Several separate sy...

    Authors: Alistair R. McTaggart, Roger G. Shivas, Teun Boekhout, Franz Oberwinkler, Kálmán Vánky, Shaun R. Pennycook and Dominik Begerow
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:702309
  8. With the change to one scientific name for fungal species, numerous papers have been published with recommendations for use or protection of competing generic names in major groups of ascomycetes. Although gen...

    Authors: Amy Y. Rossman, W. Cavan Allen, Uwe Braun, Lisa A. Castlebury, Priscila Chaverri, Pedro W. Crous, David L. Hawksworth, Kevin D. Hyde, Peter Johnston, Lorenzo Lombard, Megan Romberg, Rob A. Samson, Keith A. Seifert, Jeffrey K. Stone, Dhanushka Udayanga and James F. White
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:702289
  9. Following the change that eliminated dual naming of sexual and asexual morphs of fungi, generic names of Pezizomycetes have been evaluated to determine which of the competing names should be recommended for use. ...

    Authors: Roseanne Healy, Donald H. Pfister, Amy Y. Rossman, Ludmila Marvanová and Karen Hansen
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:702285
  10. Raffaelea (Ophiostomatales) is a genus of more than 20 ophiostomatoid fungi commonly occurring in symbioses with wood-boring ambrosia beetles. We examined ambrosia beetles and plant hosts in the USA and Taiwan fo...

    Authors: D. Rabern Simmons, Z. Wilhelm de Beer, Yin-Tse Huang, Craig Bateman, Alina S. Campbell, Tyler J. Dreaden, You Li, Randy C. Ploetz, Adam Black, Hou-Feng Li, Chi-Yu Chen, Michael J. Wingfield and Jiri Hulcr
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:702265
  11. Teratosphaeria destructans and T. viscida are serious pathogens causing leaf, bud and shoot blight diseases of Eucalyptus plantations in the subtropics and tropics of South-East Asia (T. destructans) and North Qu...

    Authors: Vera Andjic, Aaron Maxwell, Giles E. StJ. Hardy and Treena I. Burgess
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:702253

    The Correction to this article has been published in IMA Fungus 2018 9:Art11

  12. The classification of two root-infecting fungi, Magnaporthe garrettii and M. griffinii, was examined by phylogenetic analysis of multiple gene sequences. This analysis demonstrated that M. garrettii and M. griffi...

    Authors: Wanporn Khemmuk, Andrew D. W. Geering and Roger G. Shivas
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:702247
  13. Kombocles bakaiana gen. sp. nov. is described as new to science. This sequestrate, partially hypogeous fungus was collected around and within the stilt root system of an ectomycorrhizal (ECM) tree of the genus Ua...

    Authors: Michael A. Castellano, Todd F. Elliott, Camille Truong, Olivier Séné, Bryn T. M. Dentinger and Terry W. Henkel
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:702239
  14. Bioluminescence has been known from fungi since ancient times, but little work has been done to establish its potential role. There is evidence that some bioluminescent fungi differentially attract potential s...

    Authors: Philip Weinstein, Steven Delean, Tom Wood and Andrew D. Austin
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:702229
  15. The genomes of Armillaria fuscipes, Ceratocystiopsis minuta, Ceratocystis adiposa, Endoconidiophora laricicola, E. polonica, and Pénicillium freii DAOMC 242723 are presented in this genome announcement. These six...

    Authors: Brenda D. Wingfield, Jon M. Ambler, Martin P. A. Coetzee, Z. Wilhelm de Beer, Tuan A. Duong, Fourie Joubert, Almuth Hammerbacher, Alistair R. McTaggart, Kershney Naidoo, Hai D. T. Nguyen, Ekaterina Ponomareva, Quentin S. Santana, Keith A. Seifert, Emma T. Steenkamp, Conrad Trollip, Magriet A. van der Nest…
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:701217
  16. The order Magnaporthales comprises about 200 species and includes the economically and scientifically important rice blast fungus and the take-all pathogen of cereals, as well as saprotrophs and endophytes. Recen...

    Authors: Ning Zhang, Jing Luo, Amy Y. Rossman, Takayuki Aoki, Izumi Chuma, Pedro W. Crous, Ralph Dean, Ronald P. de Vries, Nicole Donofrio, Kevin D. Hyde, Marc-Henri Lebrun, Nicholas J. Talbot, Didier Tharreau, Yukio Tosa, Barbara Valent, Zonghua Wang…
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:701155
  17. With the advance to one scientific name for each fungal species, the generic names in the class Sordariomycetes typified by sexual and asexual morphs are evaluated based on their type species to determine if they...

    Authors: Martina Réblová, Andrew N. Miller, Amy Y. Rossman, Keith A. Seifert, Pedro W. Crous, David L. Hawksworth, Mohamed A. Abdel-Wahab, Paul F. Cannon, Dinushani A. Daranagama, Z. Wilhelm De Beer, Shi-Ke Huang, Kevin D. Hyde, Ruvvishika Jayawardena, Walter Jaklitsch, E. B. Gareth Jones, Yu-Ming Ju…
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:701131
  18. Present-day electronic databases of fungal names are 21st century versions of previous compilations for the same purpose. The comprehensive indices attached to books by Persoon and Fries summarized names known...

    Authors: Ronald H. Petersen and David L. Hawksworth
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:BF03449412
  19. Authors: Pedro W. Crous, Lorenzo Lombard, John Dearnaley, Gerda Fourie and Ali Ashby
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:BF03449409
  20. The genus Amanita has been divided into two monophyletic taxa, Amanita, an ectomycorrhizal genus, and Aspidella, a saprotrophic genus. The controversies and histories about recognition of the two genera based on ...

    Authors: Scott A. Redhead, Alfredo Vizzini, Dennis C. Drehmel and Marco Contu
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:701119
  21. A survey of the fynbos biome in South Africa resulted in the isolation of 61 Penicillium species from Protea repens infructescences, air, and soil samples. Fourteen of these belong to Penicillium sect. Exilicauli...

    Authors: Cobus M. Visagie, Keith A. Seifert, Jos Houbraken, Robert A. Samson and Karin Jacobs
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:701075
  22. The sequestrate false truffles Elaphomyces favosus, E. iuppitercellus, and E. labyrinthinus spp. nov. are described as new to science from the Dja Biosphere Reserve, Cameroon. Elaphomyces adamizans sp. nov. is de...

    Authors: Michael A. Castellano, Bryn T. M. Dentinger, Olivier Séné, Todd F. Elliott, Camille Truong and Terry W. Henkel
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:701059
  23. Although Phytophthora species cause serious diseases worldwide, until recently the main focus on disease in natural ecosystems in southern Australia has been on the distribution and impact of P cinnamomi. However...

    Authors: William A. Dunstan, Kay Howard, Giles E. StJ. Hardy and Treena I. Burgess
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:701047
  24. Four new Asterolibertia species and a new variety of Cirsosia splendida, all found on native Cerrado plants, belonging to three host families are described, illustrated and named as: A. bahiensis sp. nov. on Eryt...

    Authors: André Luiz Firmino, Carlos Antonio Inácio, Olinto Liparini Pereira and José Carmine Dianese
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2016 7:701009
  25. Page 312, Left column, Paragraph 5: Replace “Costatisporus caerulescens” by “Costatisporus cyanescens”.

    Authors: Matthew E. Smith, Kevin R. Amses, Todd F. Elliott, Keisuke Obase, M. Catherine Aime and Terry W. Henkel
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2015 6:BF03449360

    The original article was published in IMA Fungus 2015 6:Art15

  26. Itajahya is a member of Phallales (Agaricomycetes), which, based on the presence of a calyptra and DNA sequence data for I. rosea, has recently been raised to generic status from a subgenus of Phallus. The type s...

    Authors: Seonju Marincowitz, Martin P. A. Coetzee, P. Markus Wilken, Brenda D. Wingfield and Michael J. Wingfield
    Citation: IMA Fungus 2015 6:602257

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