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The Ascomycete Genus Penicilliopsis and Its Anamorphs

  • Robert A. Samson
  • Keith A. Seifert
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Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 102)

Summary

The ascomycete genus Penicilliopsis is revised, along with some associated anamorph genera. Sarophorum and Stilbodendron are accepted as anamorphs of Penicilliopsis. The anamorph genus Stilbothamnium, assumed to be a Penicilliopsis anamorph, is reduced to synonymy with Aspergillus and a new subgenus within Aspergillus is proposed to accommodate these species. The anamorph genus Pseudocordyceps, related to the above anamorphs but as yet unknown to have a teleomorph, is redescribed. New combinations proposed are Sarophorum palmicola (Henn.) Samson & Seifert, Stilbodendron cervinum (Cooke & Massee) Samson & Seifert, Aspergillus amazonensis (Henn.) Samson & Seifert, Aspergillus togoensis (Henn.) Samson & Seifert, and Aspergillus vitellinus (Ridley) Samson & Seifert. One new species, Penicilliopsis africana Samson & Seifert, is described. A key to accepted species is provided.

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Herbarium Specimen Tropical Rain Forest Ivory Coast Helical Chain Authentic Material 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1986

Authors and Affiliations

  • Robert A. Samson
    • 1
  • Keith A. Seifert
    • 1
  1. 1.Centraalbureau voor SchimmelculturesBaarnThe Netherlands

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