Cladobotryum penicillatum sp. nov
Cladobotryum penicillatum sp. nov. was isolated from Alnus twigs in New Forest, Hampshire, U. K., in 1971, and from Sebacina effusa in the Houtribbos Forest, O.- Flevoland Polder, Netherlands, in 1980. The species has conidia intermediate in dimension between C. varium and C. mycophilum, and it differs from both species by having rather slow-growing colonies and long conidiophores with apical penicillate branching. Conidiogenesis is basipetal and retrogressive.
|Journal||Persoonia - Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi|
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Gams, W. (1980). Cladobotryum penicillatum sp. nov. Persoonia - Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi, 11(1), 71–74.