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  1. To ensure a stable platform for fungal taxonomy, it is of paramount importance that the genetic application of generic names be based on their DNA sequence data, and wherever possible, not morphology or ecolog...

    Authors: Pedro W. Crous, Alejandra Giraldo, David L. Hawksworth, Vincent Robert, Paul M. Kirk, Josep Guarro, Barbara Robbertse, Conrad L. Schoch, Ulrike Damm, Thippawan Trakunyingcharoen and Johannes Z. Groenewald

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2014 5:501141

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  2. Ophiocordycipitaceae is a diverse family comprising ecologically, economically, medicinally, and culturally important fungi. The family was recognized due to the polyphyly of the genus Cordyceps and the broad div...

    Authors: C. Alisha Quandt, Ryan M. Kepler, Walter Gams, João P. M. Araújo, Sayaka Ban, Harry C. Evans, David Hughes, Richard Humber, Nigel Hywel-Jones, Zengzhi Li, J. Jennifer Luangsa-ard, Stephen A. Rehner, Tatiana Sanjuan, Hiroki Sato, Bhushan Shrestha, Gi-Ho Sung…

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2014 5:501121

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  3. In advancing to one scientific name for fungi, this paper treats genera competing for use in the phylogenetically defined class Leotiomycetes except for genera of Erysiphales. Two groups traditionally included in...

    Authors: Peter R. Johnston, Keith A. Seifert, Jeffrey K. Stone, Amy Y. Rossman and Ludmila Marvanová

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2014 5:501091

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  4. Lactarius s. str. represents a monophyletic group of about 40 species in tropical Africa, although the delimitation of the genus from Lactifluus is still in progress. Recent molecular phylogenetic and taxonomic r...

    Authors: Dao Lamèga Maba, Atsu K. Guelly, Nourou S. Yorou, André De Kesel, Annemieke Verbeken and Reinhard Agerer

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2014 5:501039

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  5. Colletotrichum caudatum sensu lato is a widespread fungal pathogen of warm-season grasses. The fungus is easily differentiated from other Colletotrichum species through the presence of a unique filiform appendage...

    Authors: Jo Anne Crouch

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2014 5:501017

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  6. The generic name Braunomyces (ascomycetes, asexual morph), with B. dictyosporus as type species, is described, illustrated and discussed, based on material collected in Vietnam on leaf debris of an unidentified b...

    Authors: Vadim A. Mel’nik and Pedro W. Crous

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2014 5:501001

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  7. Authors: Janet Jennifer Divinagracia Luangsa-ard, Pedro W. Crous and Keith A. Seifert

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:BF03449309

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  8. As a first step towards the production of a List of Protected Generic Names for Fungi, a without-prejudice list is presented here as a basis for future discussion and the production of a List for formal adopti...

    Authors: Paul M. Kirk, Joost A. Stalpers, Uwe Braun, Pedro W. Crous, Karen Hansen, David L. Hawksworth, Kevin D. Hyde, Robert Lücking, Thorsten H. Lumbsch, Amy Y. Rossman, Keith A. Seifert and Mark Stadler

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402381

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  9. MycoBank, a registration system for fungi established in 2004 to capture all taxonomic novelties, acts as a coordination hub between repositories such as Index Fungorum and Fungal Names. Since January 2013, re...

    Authors: Vincent Robert, Duong Vu, Ammar Ben Hadj Amor, Nathalie van de Wiele, Carlo Brouwer, Bernard Jabas, Szaniszlo Szoke, Ahmed Dridi, Maher Triki, Samy ben Daoud, Oussema Chouchen, Lea Vaas, Arthur de Cock, Joost A. Stalpers, Dora Stalpers, Gerard J. M. Verkley…

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402371

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  10. Two taxa, Hericium yumthangense (Russulales, Agaricomycotina) and Mycoleptodonoides sharmae (Polyporales, Agaricomycotina) are described as new to science from the Shingba Rhododendron sanctuary located in the no...

    Authors: Kanad Das, Joost A. Stalpers and J. Benjamin Stielow

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402359

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  11. The draft nuclear genome of Ceratocystis fimbriata, the type species of Ceratocystis, is comprised of 29 410 862 bp. De novo gene prediction produced 7 266 genes, which is low for an ascomycete fungus. The availa...

    Authors: P. Markus Wilken, Emma T. Steenkamp, Michael J. Wingfield, Z. Wilhelm de Beer and Brenda D. Wingfield

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402357

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  12. The genus Astraeus is shown to be even more complex than recent studies have found. There are problems defining what the molecular fingerprint is of the generic type species. The present article, based on molecul...

    Authors: Cherdchai Phosri, María P. Martín and Roy Watling

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402347

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in IMA Fungus 2014 5:BF03449340

  13. The Structural and Biochemical Database (SBD), developed as part of the US NSF-funded Assembling the Fungal Tree of Life (AFTOL), is a multi-investigator project. It is a major resource to present and manage m...

    Authors: T. K. Arun Kumar, Meredith Blackwell, Peter M. Letcher, Robert W. Roberson and David J. McLaughlin

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402259

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  14. White blister rust (WBR) of sunflower caused by Pustula helianthicola is an important and often underestimated disease in many countries of the world. The epidemiology of the pathogen is not yet fully understood;...

    Authors: Sukanya Soonagahalli Lava, Annerose Heller and Otmar Spring

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402251

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  15. A new arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungus was found in Sierra Nevada National Park of Andalucía (Southern Spain). It forms intraradical hyphae, vesicles and arbuscles, typical characteristics of Glomeromycetes. Th...

    Authors: Javier Palenzuela, Concepción Azcón-Aguilar, José-Miguel Barea, Gladstone Alves da Silva and Fritz Oehl

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402243

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  16. On the basis of a study of ITS sequences, Vidal et al. (Rev. Iber. Micol. 17: 22, 2000) recommended that the genus Chrysosporium be restricted to species belonging to Onygenales. Using nrLSU genes, we studied the...

    Authors: John I. Pitt, Henrik Lantz, Olga Vinnere Pettersson and Su-lin L. Leong

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402229

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  17. Surveying the fungi of alkaline soils in Siberia, Trans-Baikal regions (Russia), the Aral lake (Kazakhstan), and Eastern Mongolia, we report an abundance of alkalitolerant species representing the Emericellopsis-...

    Authors: Alexey A. Grum-Grzhimaylo, Marina L. Georgieva, Alfons J. M. Debets and Elena N. Bilanenko

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402213

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  18. In the course of a global survey of the indoor mycobiota, we sampled and analysed settled dust from 87 buildings from 14 countries, using both a modified dilution-to-extinction method and 454-pyrosequencing. Rasa...

    Authors: Joey B. Tanney and Keith A. Seifert

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402205

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  19. Tithonia diversifolia, a member of Compositae native to Central America that produces showy sunflower-like flowers, became an invasive weed in other continents after it was introduced as an ornamental. Little is ...

    Authors: Alessandra F. de Fernandes, Bruno E. C. de Miranda, Lidiane L. Duarte and Robert W. Barreto

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402201

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  20. Several species of Septoria are associated with leaf and fruit spot of pistachio (Pistacia vera), though their identity has always been confused, making identification problematic. The present study elucidates th...

    Authors: Pedro W. Crous, William Quaedvlieg, Kamil Sarpkaya, Canan Can and Ali Erkılıç

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402187

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  21. A new species, Gymnoascus verrucosus sp. nov., isolated from soil from Kalyan railway station, Maharashtra, India, is described and illustrated. The distinctive morphological features of this taxon are its verruc...

    Authors: Rahul Sharma and Sanjay Kumar Singh

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402177

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  22. The genus Geolegnia represents a poorly documented group of saprolegnialean oomycetes isolated from soils as free-living organisms. Although it is morphologically similar to the facultative parasitic genus Leptol...

    Authors: Mónica M. Steciow, Enrique Lara, Amandine Pillonel, Sebastián A. Pelizza, Eduardo A. Lestani, Gustavo C. Rossi and Lassaad Belbahri

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402169

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  23. Long-term successional dynamics of an inoculum of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) associated with the maize rhizosphere (from traditionally managed agroecosystems in Los Tuxtlas, Veracruz, Mexico), was foll...

    Authors: Dora Trejo-Aguilar, Liliana Lara-Capistrán, Ignacio E. Maldonado-Mendoza, Ramón Zulueta-Rodríguez, Wendy Sangabriel-Conde, María Elena Mancera-López, Simoneta Negrete-Yankelevich and Isabelle Barois

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402161

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  24. Authors: Dominik Begerow, Keith A. Seifert, Andrew N. Miller, Christine R. Fischer, Carlos Colinas and Sybren de Hoog

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:BF03449521

    Content type: Report

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  25. Puccinia psidii, the cause of a disease today commonly referred to as Myrtle rust, is considered a high priority quarantine threat globally. It has a wide host range in the Myrtaceae and it is feared that it may ...

    Authors: Jolanda Roux, Izette Greyling, Teresa A. Coutinho, Marcel Verleur and Michael J. Wingfeld

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:401155

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  26. Phytophthora species are well-known as destructive plant pathogens, especially in natural ecosystems. It is ironic, therefore, how little is known regarding the Phytophthora diversity in South African natural woo...

    Authors: Eunsung Oh, Marieka Gryzenhout, Brenda D. Wingfield, Michael J. Wingfield and Treena I. Burgess

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:401123

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