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Fascicle 1 - January 2017 (en ligne 01/07/2017)

puce Barssia peyronelii comb. nov. (Pezizales) for the old Mattirolo’s species Stephensia peyronelii PDF
  Agnello C., Kaounas V. 1-5
Abstract: Thanks to the study of the original material of Stephensia peyronelii Mattir., recently discovered in the herbarium of the university of Turin, we propose a new combination in the genus Barssia. The work is accompanied by micrographs, an old plate by O. Mattirolo and an updated key to the genus Barssia.
puce Hydropisphaera foliicola, a new species from Martinique PDF
  Lechat C., Fournier J. 6-8
Abstract: A detailed description of Hydropisphaera foliicola sp. nov. is presented, based on a collection on dead leaf of Pouteria pallida (C.F. Gaertn.) Baehni (Sapotaceae) in Martinique (French West Indies). The fungus was cultured and sequenced; no asexual morph was obtained in culture but fertile ascomata occurred after five weeks. This species resembles H. erubescens (Roberge ex Desm.) Rossman & Samuels but differs from it in having significantly smaller ascospores.
puce Combinaisons nouvelles de Pezizales PDF
  Van Vooren N. 9-10
Abstract: Proposal of new combinations of some pezizalean species. Galactinia hypoleuca is combined in the genus Peziza Fr. s. lato, and illustrated microscopically after the revision of the holotype; Pachyphloeus oleiferus is combined in the genus Pachyphlodes Zobel; Pulvinula ovalispora is combined in the genus Boubovia Svrcek; and Aleuria latispora is combined in the genus Melastiza Boud. Comments are provided for each species..
puce Four new species of Ijuhya (Bionectriaceae) from Belgium, metropolitan France and French Guiana PDF
  Lechat C., Fournier J. 11-18
Abstract: Four new species of Ijuhya are described and illustrated based on material collected in Belgium, metropolitan France and French Guiana. The four new species described herein were sequenced and one of them was successfully cultured. They are placed in the Bionectriaceae based on ascomata not changing colour in 3% KOH or lactic acid, acremonium-like asexual morph and phylogenetic affinities of LSU sequences with five morphologically related genera of the Bionectriaceae. Their placement in Ijuhya is based on morphological and phylogenetic comparison with the most similar genera including Lasionectria and Lasionectriella. An updated dichotomous key to Ijuhya is presented. - Volume 8
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Fascicle 1 - February 2016 (online 02/16/2016)

puce Lasiobolus microsporus, une espèce coprophile rare, trouvée dans le sud-ouest de la France PDF
  Delpont M. 1-3
Abstract: Presentation of an interesting collection of Lasiobolus microsporus (Ascodesmidaceae), a rarely reported species collected in a station in Midi-Pyrénées (France) yet environmentally disadvantaged by its location.
puce Ascobolus scatigenus (Pezizales), espèce tropicale, récolté en Franche-Comté PDF
  Mombert A., Moyne G. 4-6
Abstract: Ascobolus scatigenus, a coprophilous species from the Tropics, has been collected in Franche-Comté (France). This collection is described and illustrated. Comments on its taxonomy and hypotheses on its discovery in our region are also given.
puce Description of Chaetomium aureum, Corynascus sepedonium and Coniochaeta hansenii newly recorded from Italy, and a key to coprophilous Chaetomiaceae and Coniochaetaceae PDF
  Doveri F. 7-24
Abstract: The ongoing survey of coprophilous basidiomycetes and ascomycetes from Italy results at this stage in describing further Chaetomiaceae and Coniochaetaceae species isolated from herbivore dung. The high frequency of occurrence on this substrate is explained with their supposed cellulolytic ability and with the abundance of cellulose and lignin in specific types of dung. Chaetomium aureum, Corynascus sepedonium and Coniochaeta hansenii are extensively discussed. A worldwide key to Coniochaeta with poly-spored asci is provided. A key to coprophilous Chaetomiaceae and Coniochaetaceae from Italy is also provided and each species is pictured by one or more coloured photographs.
puce Annulohypoxylon michelianumuna rara especie laurícola recolectada en el noroeste español PDF
  Rubio E., De la Peña S. 25-29
Abstract: The authors describe two Spanish (NW) collections of the uncommon xylariaceous and lauricolous fungus Annulohypoxylon michelianum.
puce Protocreopsis caricicola (Hypocreales, Bionectriaceae), the first species of Protocreopsis reported from a temperate area of the northern hemisphere PDF
  Lechat C., Fournier J., Richter T. 30-32
Abstract: Protocreopsis caricicola sp. nov. is described and illustrated based on a collection on Carex acutiformis in Germany. The placement of P. caricicola in Protocreopsis is supported by morphological characters of both sexual and asexual morphs and analysis of LSU sequences. This species has smooth ascospores as does Protocreopsis korfii Lechat & J. Fourn. but differs from it in having significantly smaller ascospores and a different ecology.
puce Some Annulohypoxylon spp. (Xylariaceae) from French Guiana, including three new species PDF
  Fournier J., Lechat C. 33-53
Abstract: This survey deals with Annulohypoxylon spp. collected in two French Guiana locations during two weeks in June 2012. Two species, A. leptascum var. macrosporum and A. stygium, previously reported, were collected. In addition, we collected A. moriforme s.l., A. purpureopigmentum (first collected in Brazil), and three new species, A. fulvum, A. nouraguense and A. subnitens. All species are described and illustrated; a dichotomous key is provided. In conclusion, some problems in description of morphological features of Annulohypoxylon, especially the ostiolar discs, are discussed.

Fascicle 2 - March 2016 (online 03/15/2016)

puce Hydropisphaera znieffensis, a new species from Martinique PDF
  Lechat C., Fournier J. 55-58
Abstract: A detailed description of Hydropisphaera znieffensis sp. nov. is presented, based on a collection on dead leaf of Cyathea arborea (L.) Sm. in Martinique (French West Indies). The asexual morph has been obtained in culture and sequenced. This species has coarsely verrucose ascospores, an unusual feature in the genus Hydropisphaera.
puce Lasionectriella, a new genus in the Bionectriaceae, with two new species from France and Spain, L. herbicola and L. rubioi PDF
  Lechat C., Fournier J. 59-65
Abstract: Lasionectriella rubioi gen. and sp. nov. and L. herbicola sp. nov. are described and illustrated based on collections from France and Spain. The asexual morph of L. rubioi was obtained in culture and cultures of both species were sequenced. The genus is placed in the Bionectriaceae based on ascomata not changing colour in 3% KOH or lactic acid, acremonium-like asexual morph and phylogenetic comparison of LSU sequences with species in 13 genera of the Bionectriaceae. Lasionectriella is primarily characterized by subglobose, pale yellow, pale orange to dark brownish orange, non-stromatic ascomata with a conical apex and ascomatal surface covered by thick-walled hyphae proliferating from base and agglutinating to form a fringe around the upper margin of ascomata. It is morphologically and phylogenetically compared with the most similar genera Ijuhya, Lasionectria and Ochronectria.
puce Freshwater Ascomycetes: Submersisphaeria aquatica (Annulatascaceae), reported for the first time from France (Morvan) and from Europe PDF
  Fournier J., Gardiennet A., Lechat C. 66-72
Abstract: A distinctive aquatic fungus belonging to the Sordariomycetes was recently collected twice on submerged wood in a peat bog and in a small brook in Morvan region (France). Based on its more or less immersed perithecial and ostiolate ascomata, cylindrical unitunicate asci with a massive inamyloid apical apparatus and brown, two-celled fusiform ascospores with small bipolar cap-like appendages, this fungus was identified as Submersisphaeria aquatica K.D. Hyde. This species, so far known only from Australia and USA, is reported from France and Europe for the first time. Herein, we provide a detailed morphological description of this fungus and compare it with material from the USA. The presence of minute germ pores beneath the bipolar appendages of the ascospores is assessed for the first time, in American and European material as well. Repeated attempts to grow the ascospores in culture on artificial media were unsuccessful.
puce Nuevas aportaciones al conocimiento de Xylaria crozonensis (Ascomycota, Xylariaceae) PDF
  Rubio E., Marcote J.M.C., Costa J.M. 73-76
Abstract: Xylaria crozonensis on twigs of Quercus robur and Fagus sylvatica is reported for the first time from Spain. A description and illustrations of both macroscopic and microscopic characters are provided.
puce Note sur Gibellula pulchra (Hypocreales), un hyphomycète parasite des araignées PDF
  Roth J.-J., Van Vooren N. 77-82
Abstract: Gibellula pulchra is a parasitic fungus on Arachnids, rather common and widely distributed worldwide. This notice provides a full description based on several collections, accompanied by illustrations in colors and SEM photographs of the main microscopic characters. A brief history of hyphomycetes growing on spiders is proposed. The systematics of this species is discussed, especially through the article 59 of ICN (Melbourne).

Fascicle 3 - May 2016 (online 05/05/2016)

puce Studies on Hypoxylon ferrugineum (Xylariaceae), a rarely reported species collected in the urban area of Graz (Austria) PDF
  Friebes G., Wendelin I. 83-90
Abstract: Hypoxylon ferrugineum has been collected repeatedly on branches of Tilia in the urban area of Graz. It is described and illustrated based on this newly collected material as well as the previously known collections from Austria. An overview of the known distribution of H. ferrugineum is given. Its ecology, host specificity, and some newly observed as well as previously rarely reported morphological characters are discussed. Hypoxylon ferrugineum appears to be a distinct and well-characterized species based on morphology as well as the results of phylogenetic analyses of β-Tubulin, α-Aktin, and ITS sequences.
puce Belonioscyphella hypnorum (Helotiales), a rarely reported bryoparasitic ascomycete new for the Czech Republic PDF
  Egertová Z., Hairaud M., Sochor M. 91-95
Abstract: Belonioscyphella hypnorum is published from the Czech Republic for the first time. It was found in three localities in Moravia — in all cases in calcareous areas at an altitude around 300 m asl., on wood, soil or a limestone boulder covered with its hosts. Didymodon rigidulus, Eurhynchium schleicheri, Homalia trichomanoides, Orthotrichum sp. and Radula complanata are newly recognized as host bryophytes of the species. Macroscopic and microscopic descriptions based on fresh material, photos of apothecia and microstructures and DNA sequence data from three nuclear genomic loci are provided. Five additional new localities of the species from Europe and Canada are listed.
puce Varicosporellopsis, a new aquatic genus from southern France PDF
  Lechat C., Fournier J. 96-100
Abstract: Varicosporellopsis aquatilis gen. and sp. nov. is described and illustrated based on two collections on submerged wood in southern France. An acremonium-like asexual morph was obtained in culture and sequenced. The genus is placed in the Nectriaceae based on its asexual morph and phylogenetic comparison of ITS and LSU sequences with 21 genera of Hypocreales including 14 genera in the Nectriaceae and 7 genera in the Bionectriaceae. Varicosporellopsis is primarily characterized by obpyriform, pale orange, non-stromatic ascomata not changing colour in 3% KOH, becoming very pale yellow to nearly hyaline in lactic acid, short-ribbed ascospores, freshwater habitat and an acremonium-like asexual morph.
puce Jafnea pallida (Pezizales), a new name for a cup fungus rediscovered in Tasmania PDF
  Gates G., Van Vooren N. 101-104
Abstract: A modern description is provided for Geopyxis pallidus, a species described by L. Rodway in 1920, from the here selected lectotype and additional recent collections from Tasmania. Based on its morphology, we recombine G. pallidus into the genus Jafnea. Recent records of Jafnea pallida comb. nov. from Tasmania have been misnamed as the morphologically similar Tarzetta jafneospora. The two species can be distinguished by their different spore ornamentation.
puce Genea cephalonicae sp. nov. (Ascomycota, Pezizales), a new hypogeous species from Greece PDF
  Kaounas V., Agnello C., Alvarado P. 105-110
Abstract: A new species of Genea Vittad. from Greek forests of Abies cephalonica is proposed based on morphological and genetic studies. Macroscopic images of fresh specimens, as well as observations made under optical microscopes, drawings, a 28S rDNA phylogenetic tree and a small key are provided.
puce Podospora bullata, a new homothallic ascomycete from kangaroo dung in Australia PDF
  Bell A., Mahoney D., Debuchy R. 111-118
Abstract: Podospora bullata sp. nov. is described and illustrated based on five kangaroo dung collections from Australia. The species is placed in the genus Podospora based on its teleomorph morphology and its ITS sequence from a fertile homothallic axenic culture. Perithecial necks are adorned with prominent simple unswollen filiform flexuous and non-agglutinated greyish hairs. Ascospores are characterized by minute pedicels, lack of caudae and an enveloping frothy gelatinous material with bubble-like structures both in the amorphous gel and attached to the ascospore dark cell. No anamorph was observed.

Fascicle 4 - July 2016 (online 07/08/2016)

puce New records of two pyrophilous ascomycetes from Siberia: Pyropyxis rubra and Rhodotarzetta rosea PDF
  Filippova N., Bulyonkova T., Lindemann U. 119-126
Abstract: The paper reports the first findings of Pyropyxis rubra and Rhodotarzetta rosea from Asian Russia (West Siberia). The ecological conditions, i.e. vegetation, substrates and phenology of both species are described and compared with earlier publications. Also the morphological characteristics are described and depicted by photographic images and the differences between these quite similar species are highlighted. P. rubra has been cultivated in vitro. The paper provides descriptions of the anamorphic stage and culture growth on different media.
puce The genus Annulohypoxylon (Xylariaceae) in Guadeloupe and Martinique (French West Indies) PDF
  Fournier J., Lechat C., Courtecuisse R. 127-156
Abstract: This survey deals with the Annulohypoxylon spp. collected in the French West Indies in the course of an ongoing inventorial work on the mycobiota of these islands initiated in 2003. Based on the evaluation and comparison of their morphological characters, eleven species are described, illustrated and discussed, including three new species, A. caravellense, A. ramulorum and A. splendens and a taxonomically unsettled species provisionally referred to A. moriforme. Other recorded taxa include A. atroroseum, A. leptascum, A. moriforme var. microdiscum, A. nitens, A. purpureopigmentum, A. purpureonitens and A. stygium, of which only the latter was already known from Guadeloupe. A dichotomous identification key is provided.
puce Erioscyphella lunata (Lachnaceae), a rare discomycete collected in Spain PDF
  Tello S., Baral H.-O. 157-162
Abstract: The rare discomycete Erioscyphella lunata, inhabiting coniferous leaves and originally described from China, is re-described from a recent collection from southern Spain, which is the first report from Europe. Its molecular data are compared to the closest species and confirm its distinctness from the recently described smaller-spored E. curvispora.
puce Lamprospora verrucispora sp. nov. (Pezizales) PDF
  Vega M., Eckstein J., Van der Kolk H.-J. 163-171
Abstract: A description and illustrations of both macroscopic and microscopic characters of Lamprospora verrucispora sp. nov. are provided. Differences from other bryophilous Pezizales with globose ascospores ornamented with isolated warts are discussed and a dichotomous key to these species is given. Gall formation on rhizoids and chloronema of the bryophyte host Campylopus pyriformis is described and illustrated. This represents the first report of gall formation for a species of the genus Lamprospora.
puce Xanthonectria, a new genus for the nectrioid fungus Nectria pseudopeziza PDF
  Lechat C., Fournier J., Moreau P.-A. 172-178
Abstract: A new genus, Xanthonectria, is proposed for the enigmatic taxon Nectria pseudopeziza. Xanthonectria is characterized by nonstromatic, soft-textured, superficial, glabrous, pale yellow to bright orange nectria-like ascomata, not changing color in 3% KOH or lactic acid, long fusiform, multiseptate ascospores and an acremonium-like asexual morph. Its placement in the Bionectriaceae and its relationship to other members of this family are based on morphological, cultural and molecular data.

Fascicle 5 - November 2016 (online 11/3/2016)

puce Compte rendu de la session Ascomycota Zone alpine 2015 PDF
  Van Vooren N. 179-184
Abstract: Report of the Ascomycota Alpine Zone 2015 Foray, organized by in the National Park of Vanoise (French Alps), from 23 to 30 August 2015. The list of the 98 collected and studied taxa is also provided.
puce Chaetomium convolutum and C. hexagonosporum from Italy with a morphological revision of the group-bostrychodes PDF
  Doveri F. 185-198
Abstract: Chaetomium convolutum, newly isolated from herbivore dung in a survey of coprophilous ascomycetes and basidiomycetes, is first described from Italy and compared with other species of the so called “group-bostrychodes”. The taxonomic uncertainty, still present in this group despite a recent comparative, morphological and molecular study, led the author to revise all Italian collections of species related to C. convolutum, and to prove that also the very rare C. hexagonosporum is present in Italy. The morphological features of C. hexagonosporum are described in detail and particularly compared with those of C. convolutum. The results of this review confirm the existence of several intermediates in the group-bostrychodes, for which a much more extended revision is hoped.
puce Three Cercophora species from Indian elephant dung. An opportunity to establish new combinations and a new taxon PDF
  Doveri F. 199-220
Abstract: Elephant dung, when compared with other dungs from mammalian herbivores, was regarded as an ideal substrate for cellulolytic fungi. One sample of Indian elephant dung, examined for detecting coprophilous ascomycetes, was found to have developed three different Cercophora species. Cercophora elephantina, Cercophora sp. of the complex-sordarioides, and a new species, C. cephalothecoidea, were classified based on morphological characteristics. C. elephantina was described in detail and compared with species having the so called “pseudobombardioid” peridium. Cercophora sp. and C. cephalothecoidea were described, compared and placed in keys with species having a membraneous or carbonaceous peridium, respectively. Bombardia mutabilis and B. rostrata were recombined in Cercophora. Following recent phylogenetic analyses, the morphological and physiological features of family Lasiosphaeriaceae, Cercophora and related genera were re-examined and discussed.
puce Xylaria xylarioides (Xylariaceae), a subtropical species reported for the first time from Europe PDF
  Fournier J., Delgado M.A., Castillo J. 221-226
Abstract: Xylaria xylarioides is reported for the first time from Europe based on two recent collections from Catalonia and Galicia in Spain, and three previous unpublished records including one from Corfu (Greece) and two from Tenerife (Canary Islands) made by Dr. Walter Jaklitsch. An illustrated description of the material collected in Galicia is provided together with comments on the morphological variations encountered in X. xylarioides, its known distribution worldwide, ecology and taxonomic affinities.
puce Trichophaea dougoudii sp. nov. (Pezizales), un nouveau discomycète de l’étage alpin  Open Access PDF
  Van Vooren N. 227-234
Abstract: A Trichophaea species collected in Alpine zone in France, with characters close to those of T. woolhopeia, offers the opportunity to confirm — after a morphological and phylogenetic analysis — that the latter represents a complex of mycorrhizal species difficult to split morphologically. The morphological differences seen on this collection, in particular the size and shape of the ascospores, associated to its alpine ecology, and a probable relationship with Bistorta vivipara, are confirmed by molecular data. We propose it as a new species under the name T. dougoudii.
puce Sclerotinia cirsii-spinosissimi, a new species from the Alps PDF
  Senn-Irlet B., Peter M. 235-240
Abstract: Sclerotinia cirsii-spinosissimi is described as a new species from bracts of Cirsium spinosissimum based on morphological, cultural and molecular studies. Ascospore size and absence of small lipid bodies inside the spores are distinctive, medium sized sclerotia are typically produced on solid media in cultures. This description includes earlier molecular studies showing a close relationship to S. borealis. A key is added to Sclerotinia species from arctic-alpine habitats.
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All Items | 30 Nov 2015 - By Zheng H.D., Zhuang W.Y.
Crocicreas species from China are reviewed and nine species are accepted. Four of them with unique set of specific morphological characteristics are described as new: C. boreosinicae, C. korfii, C. minisporum, and C. xinjiangensis. Crocicreas boreosinicae, C. korfii and C. xinjiangensis grow on herbaceous stems, and C. minisporum is on decorticated wood. An apical ring of the Hymenoscyphus type occurs in Crocicreas boreosinicae, C. korfii and C. minisporum, and the apical ring of C. xinjiangensis appears J-. Crocicreas albidum is recorded for the first time from China. Descriptions and illustrations of the new species are provided. A key to the known species of the genus in China is given
All Items | 30 Nov 2015 - By Ribes M.Á., Negrín R., Quijada L., Beltrán-Tejera E.
16 species of Ascomycetes collected in the Canary Islands are studied and described. Four genera are reported for first time in the archipelago: Kompsoscypha, Marcelleina, Plicaria and Sclerotinia (K. chudei, M. benkertii, P. carbonaria and S. sclerotiorum). Six species are new reports for the islands: Peziza succosa, Plectania ericae, Scutellinia crinita, Spathularia nigripes, Tricharina praecox and Trichophaea abundans. We widened the knowledge distribution of six species previously reported: Adelphella babingtonii, Plicaria endocarpoides (previously reported as Peziza endocarpoides), Pseudolachnea hispidula and Lamprospora maireana (La Gomera), Geopora clausa and Peziza succosella (Tenerife)
All Items | 30 Nov 2015 - By Guevara-Guerrero G., Bonito G., Cázares-González E., Healy R., Vilgalys R., Trappe J.
Recent taxonomic and molecular studies on Tuber in North America have revealed several new species. Here we propose Tuber bonitoi, T. brunneum, T. pseudoseparans and T. tequilanum as new species. These species are described from Mexico and differ in a combination of morphologically features including ascospore size, pellis cell size, peridium thickness and ascoma color. These new taxa have phylogenetic affinity to Tuber separans, described from the United States. Phylogenetic placement of these novel Tuber species in the /puberulum clade are presented
All Items | 30 Nov 2015 - By Healy R., Hobart C., Tocci G.E., Bóna L., Merényi Z., Paz Conde A., Smith M.E.
Pachyphlodes is a pleiomorphic pezizalean truffle genus, originally described from Europe. Color is an important diagnostic character for the species in this genus, and is naturally, if unfortunately, obscured in dried herbarium specimens. Therefore, some notable experts have understandably misidentified some of the species in herbaria. This study was part of a larger effort to use molecular phylogenetic analyses followed by morphological study to sort the relationships and species limits within Pachyphlodes. One clade of Pachyphlodes that we refer to here as the /nemoralis clade was previously unrecognized for its unique spore ornamentation of coalesced spine tips present in all species in this clade studied to date. A North American species was misidentified as P. melanoxanthus, while a European species was misidentified as P. citrinus, or P. ligericus. Here we describe these two species in the /nemoralis clade as P. pfisteri from North America and P. nemoralis from Europe. We also link a mitosporic form to P. pfisteri, and revisit the concept of the mitosporic form called Glischroderma. We dedicate this paper to Richard P. Korf, who’s work on pezizalean anamorphs inspired this study
All Items | 30 Nov 2015 - By Perić B., Grebenc T.
Description and illustrations of a new species of Peziza, P. montirivicola, are given. It is characterized by its habitat and its occurrence on very wet substrates, stipitate apothecia, with a very granular receptacle, ascospores surrounded with a hyaline gel coating, and its paraphyses with yellow oil drops
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