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Acaulospora

Acaulospora is a genus of fungi in the family Acaulosporaceae. Species in this genus are widespread in distribution, and form arbuscular mycorrhiza and vesicles in roots.

Agaricus litoralis

Agaricus litoralis, also known as the coastal mushroom, is a species of mushroom in the genus Agaricus. It was first described by Wakefield and A. Pearson as Psalliota litoralis in 1946. It occurs throughout Europe including Scandinavia and Great Britain. While it may be quite common locally, such as on Oland island, it is rarely found in most areas except for southern Europe. Its conservation status in Sweden is "near threatened".

Allomyces

Allomyces is a genus of fungi in the family Blastocladiaceae. It was circumscribed by British mycologist Edwin John Butler in 1911. Species in the genus have a polycentric thallus and reproduce asexually by zoospores that have a whiplash-like flagella. They are mostly isolated from soils in tropical countries, commonly in ponds, rice fields, and slow-moving rivers.

Blastocladia

Blastocladia species have a thallus that consists of a single, branched basal cell or trunk with rhizoids at one end and sporangia at the other. They are not able to use oxygen, although its presence does not inhibit growth.

Chytridiales

Fungi of the order Chytridiales, like other members of its division, may either have a monocentric thallus or a polycentric rhizomycelium. When the ribosomal genes of members classified in this order were first examined using molecular techniques, it was discovered that the order contained some species that were not related. With the culture and characterization of Chytridium olla, the type species of this order, the limits of the Chytridiales were established. The Chytridiales is now monophyletic and species such as Polychytrium aggregatum, Chytriomyces angularis and Cladochytrium replica ...

Chytriomyces

Chytriomyces is the type genus of fungi in the family Chytriomycetaceae. The genus was described by mycologist John Sidney Karling in 1945. The family, created by Peter Letcher in 2011, contains species with a Group I-type zoospore, distinguishing it from Chytridiaceae members, which have a Group II-type zoospore.

                                     

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  • Carpenterella is a genus erected for a species of chytrid fungus Carpenterella molinea, that inhabits the deep vascular xylem tissues of the Moline variety
  • lichenicolous fungus is a parasitic fungus that only lives on lichen as the host. A lichenicolous fungus is not the same as the fungus that is the component
  • Corradi N, Roux C, Martin F 2013 Genome of an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus provides insight into the oldest plant symbiosis Proc Natl Acad Sci U
  • of fungal species, such as Coniophora puteana otherwise known as cellar fungus Wet rot fungi obtain their food by breaking down the cell walls of wood
  • E. Pell, J. K. 2008 Intraguild predation of the aphid pathogenic fungus Pandora neoaphidis by the invasive coccinellid Harmonia axyridis Ecological
  • Cucujoidea is a superfamily of beetles. They include many fungus beetles, as well as lady beetles ladybugs or ladybirds Also included are a diversity
  • Melanogaster is a genus of fungus that resemble truffles, and are often mistaken for them. However, they do not have the characteristic aroma and value
  • Anthribidae is a family of beetles also known as fungus weevils. The antennae are not elbowed, may occasionally be longer than the body and thread - like
  • The Keroplatidae are a family of small flies known as fungus gnats. About 950 species are described, but the true number of species is undoubtedly much
  • Trichophyton tonsurans is a fungus in the family Arthrodermataceae that causes ringworm infection of the scalp. It was first recognized by David Gruby
  • Mycetophagus punctatus, sometimes called the hairy fungus beetle, is a species of fungus beetle. Fungus beetles often build heavy populations throughout
                                     

Abelspora

Abelspora is a genus of microsporidian parasites. The genus is monotypic, and contains the single species Abelspora portucalensis. The species parasitizes the shore crab, Carcinus maenas, within which it infects the hepatopancreas. The genus was first described in 1987.

                                     

Acaulospora alpina

Acaulospora alpina is a species of fungus in the family Acaulosporaceae. It forms arbuscular mycorrhiza and vesicles in roots. The fungus was discovered in Switzerland, in the rhizosphere of an alpine grassland at altitudes between 1.800 and 2.700 metres.

                                     

Acaulospora appendicula

Acaulospora appendicula is a species of fungus in the family Acaulosporaceae. It forms arbuscular mycorrhiza and vesicles in roots. Found in Colombia, the species was described as new to science in 1984.

                                     

Acaulospora capsicula

Acaulospora capsicula is a species of fungi in the family Acaulosporaceae. It forms arbuscular mycorrhiza and vesicles in roots. It can be distinguished easily from other species of the same genus by spore color and wall structure.

                                     

Acaulospora delicata

Acaulospora delicata is a species of fungus in the family Acaulosporaceae. It forms arbuscular mycorrhiza and vesicles in roots. Discovered growing in a pot culture with Sorghum sudanense, the fungus was described as new to science in 1986.

                                     

Acaulospora denticulata

Acaulospora denticulata is a species of fungus in the family Acaulosporaceae. It forms arbuscular mycorrhiza and vesicles in roots. Isolated from garden soil in Colombia, the fungus was described as new to science in 1987.

                                     

Acaulospora dilatata

Acaulospora dilatata is a species of fungus in the family Acaulosporaceae. It forms arbuscular mycorrhiza and vesicles in roots. Originally found in West Virginia in soil associated with Andropogon virginicus, the fungus was described as new to science in 1986.

                                     

Acaulospora excavata

Acaulospora excavata is a species of fungus in the family Acaulosporaceae. It forms arbuscular mycorrhiza and vesicles in roots. The fungus, first isolated from soil under the tree Terminalia ivorensis in the Ivory Coast, was described as new to science in 1994.

                                     

Acaulospora foveata

Acaulospora foveata is a species of fungus in the family Acaulosporaceae. It forms arbuscular mycorrhiza and vesicles in roots. Found in Mexico in soil associated with sugarcane, the species was described as new to science in 1982.

                                     

Acaulospora gedanensis

Acaulospora gedanensis is a species of fungus in the family Acaulosporaceae. It forms arbuscular mycorrhiza and vesicles in roots. Found in Poland growing under Festuca ovina, it was described as a new species in 1988.