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Citation for Study 15250

About Citation title: "Conioscypha peruensis sp. nov., its phylogenetic placement based on 28S rRNA gene, and a report of Conioscypha gracilis from Perú".
About Study name: "Conioscypha peruensis sp. nov., its phylogenetic placement based on 28S rRNA gene, and a report of Conioscypha gracilis from Perú".
About This study is part of submission 15250 (Status: Published).

Citation

Zelski S.E., Raja H.A., Miller A.N., & Shearer C. 2014. Conioscypha peruensis sp. nov., its phylogenetic placement based on 28S rRNA gene, and a report of Conioscypha gracilis from Perú. Mycoscience, .

Authors

  • Zelski S.E. (submitter) Phone 847-312-2910
  • Raja H.A. Phone 2177226688
  • Miller A.N. Phone (217) 244-0439
  • Shearer C.

Abstract

The previously undescribed fungus Conioscypha peruensis was isolated from submerged woody debris collected in streams, rivers and a swamp in Perú. The asexual state formed in culture and morphological and molecular data support the inclusion in the genus. A phylogeny generated with maximum likelihood and Bayesian approaches placed the fungus in a well-supported clade with other Conioscypha and Conioscyphascus species. Nomenclature used herein reflects changes made in the Melbourne Code, with Conioscyphascus being considered a later synonym of Conioscypha. The fungus is described, illustrated and compared to morphologically similar taxa. In addition, Conioscypha gracilis, is reported from both lentic and lotic habitats in Perú.

Keywords

altitudinal gradient, freshwater ascomycetes, LSU, submerged wood

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