In Carrying on mycological investigations of diverse sorts, fungi that have an especial interest are frequently encountered. Such fungi may be noteworthy because of their rarity, the fact that they are on hosts not hitherto listed for them, or have apparently come from great distances. Twelve species are included, with descriptions and illustrations when the latter were available. Two Cokeromyces recurvatus and Syncephalis reftexa, are Phycoinycetes; seven, Diaporthe taleola, D. phaseolorum, Fenestella vestita, Byssocldamys nivea, Myxotrichum spinosum, Lophotrichus ampullus, Leptosphaeria gigaspora, are Ascoycetes; and three, Hyalothyridium calamagrostidis, Crocicreas atroviridis, and Septoria caraganae, belong to the Fungi Imperfecti.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
©1957 Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.
Gilman, J. C.; Tiffany, L. H.; and Lichtwardt, R. W.
"Fungi New To Iowa,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 64(1), 85-92.
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