Taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions to Celtis formosana, Ficus ampelas, F. septica, Macaranga tanarius and Morus australis leaf litter inhabiting microfungi
Tennakoon,Danushka S.; Kuo,Chang-Hsin; Maharachchikumbura,Sajeewa S. N.; Thambugala,Kasun M.; Gentekaki,Eleni; Phillips,Alan J. L.; Bhat,D. Jayarama; Wanasinghe,Dhanushka N.; de Silva,Nimali I.; Promputtha,Itthayakorn; Hyde,Kevin D.
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AbstractThis article provides descriptions and illustrations of microfungi associated with the leaf litter of Celtis formosana, Ficus ampelas, F. septica, Macaranga tanarius and Morus australis collected from Taiwan. These host species are native to the island and Celtis formosana is an endemic tree species. The study revealed 95 species, consisting of two new families (Cylindrohyalosporaceae and Oblongohyalosporaceae), three new genera (Cylindrohyalospora, Neodictyosporium and Oblongohyalospora), 41 new species and 54 new host records. The newly described species are Acrocalymma ampeli (Acrocalymmaceae), Arthrinium mori (Apiosporaceae), Arxiella celtidis (Muyocopronaceae), Bertiella fici (Melanommataceae), Cercophora fici (Lasiosphaeriaceae), Colletotrichum celtidis, C. fici, C. fici-septicae (Glomerellaceae), Conidiocarpus fici-septicae (Capnodiaceae), Coniella fici (Schizoparmaceae), Cylindrohyalospora fici (Cylindrohyalosporaceae), Diaporthe celtidis, D. fici-septicae (Diaporthaceae), Diaporthosporella macarangae (Diaporthosporellaceae), Diplodia fici-septicae (Botryosphaeriaceae), Discosia celtidis, D. fici (Sporocadaceae), Leptodiscella sexualis (Muyocopronaceae), Leptospora macarangae (Phaeosphaeriaceae), Memnoniella alishanensis, M. celtidis, M. mori (Stachybotryaceae), Micropeltis fici, M. ficina (Micropeltidaceae), Microthyrium fici-septicae (Microthyriaceae), Muyocopron celtidis, M. ficinum, Mycoleptodiscus alishanensis (Muyocopronaceae), Neoanthostomella fici (Xylariales genera incertae sedis), Neodictyosporium macarangae (Sordariales genera incertae sedis), Neofusicoccum moracearum (Botryosphaeriaceae), Neophyllachora fici (Phyllachoraceae), Nigrospora macarangae (Apiosporaceae), Oblongohyalospora macarangae (Oblongohyalosporaceae), Ophioceras ficinum (Ophioceraceae), Parawiesneriomyces chiayiensis (Wiesneriomycetaceae), Periconia alishanica, P. celtidis (Periconiaceae), Pseudocercospora fici-septicae (Mycosphaerellaceae), Pseudoneottiospora cannabacearum (Chaetosphaeriaceae) and Pseudopithomyces mori (Didymosphaeriaceae). The new host records are Alternaria burnsii, A. pseudoeichhorniae (Pleosporaceae), Arthrinium hydei, A. malaysianum, A. paraphaeospermum, A. rasikravindrae, A. sacchari (Apiosporaceae), Bartalinia robillardoides (Sporocadaceae), Beltrania rhombica (Beltraniaceae), Cladosporium tenuissimum (Cladosporiaceae), Coniella quercicola (Schizoparmaceae), Dematiocladium celtidicola (Nectriaceae), Diaporthe limonicola, D. millettiae, D. pseudophoenicicola (Diaporthaceae), Dictyocheirospora garethjonesii (Dictyosporiaceae), Dimorphiseta acuta (Stachybotryaceae), Dinemasporium parastrigosum (Chaetosphaeriaceae), Discosia querci (Sporocadaceae), Fitzroyomyces cyperacearum (Stictidaceae), Gilmaniella bambusae (Ascomycota genera incertae sedis), Hermatomyces biconisporus (Hermatomycetaceae), Lasiodiplodia thailandica, L. theobromae (Botryosphaeriaceae), Memnoniella echinata (Stachybotryaceae), Muyocopron dipterocarpi, M. lithocarpi (Muyocopronaceae), Neopestalotiopsis asiatica, N. phangngaensis (Sporocadaceae), Ophioceras chiangdaoense (Ophioceraceae), Periconia byssoides (Periconiaceae), Pestalotiopsis dracaenea, P. formosana, P. neolitseae, P. papuana, P. parva, P. portugallica, P. trachycarpicola (Sporocadaceae), Phragmocapnias betle (Capnodiaceae), Phyllosticta capitalensis (Phyllostictaceae), Pseudopestalotiopsis camelliae-sinensis (Sporocadaceae), Pseudopithomyces chartarum, P.sacchari (Didymosphaeriaceae), Pseudorobillarda phragmitis (Pseudorobillardaceae), Robillarda roystoneae (Sporocadaceae), Sirastachys castanedae, S.pandanicola (Stachybotryaceae), Spegazzinia musae (Didymosphaeriaceae), Stachybotrys aloeticola, S. microspora (Stachybotryaceae), Strigula multiformis (Strigulaceae), Torula fici (Torulaceae), Wiesneriomyces laurinus (Wiesneriomycetaceae) and Yunnanomyces pandanicola (Sympoventuriaceae). The taxonomic placement of most taxa discussed in this study is based on morphological observation of specimens, coupled with multi-locus phylogenetic analyses of sequence data. In addition, this study provides a host-fungus database for future studies and increases knowledge of fungal diversity, as well as new fungal discoveries from the island.
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Affiliation1.[Tennakoon, Danushka S.; Wanasinghe, Dhanushka N.; Hyde, Kevin D.] Chinese Acad Sci, Kunming Inst Bot, CAS Key Lab Plant Biodivers & Biogeog East Asia K, Kunming 650201, Yunnan, Peoples R China
2.Tennakoon, Danushka S.; Gentekaki, Eleni; Hyde, Kevin D.] Mae Fah Luang Univ, Sch Sci, Chiang Rai 57100, Thailand
3.Tennakoon, Danushka S.; Gentekaki, Eleni; de Silva, Nimali I.; Hyde, Kevin D.] Mae Fah Luang Univ, Ctr Excellence Fungal Res, Chiang Rai 57100, Thailand
4.Natl Chiayi Univ, Dept Plant Med, 300 Syuefu Rd, Chiayi City 60004, Taiwan
5.Maharachchikumbura, Sajeewa S. N.] Univ Elect Sci & Technol China, Sch Life Sci & Technol, Chengdu 611731, Peoples R China
6.Thambugala, Kasun M.] Univ Kelaniya, Fac Sci, Dept Plant & Mol Biol, Kelaniya, Sri Lanka
7.Thambugala, Kasun M.] Univ Sri Jayewardenepura, Fac Sci Appl, Genet & Mol Biol Unit, Nugegoda, Sri Lanka
8.Phillips, Alan J. L.] Univ Lisbon, Fac Ciencias, Biosyst & Integrat Sci Inst, BioISI, P-1749016 Lisbon, Portugal
9.Goa Univ, Dept Bot, Goa, India
10.128-1-J Azad Housing Soc, Goa 403108, Velha, India Silva, Nimali I.; Promputtha, Itthayakorn; Hyde, Kevin D.] Chiang Mai Univ, Fac Sci, Dept Biol, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
12.Chiang Mai Univ, Fac Sci, Environm Sci Res Ctr, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
13.Hyde, Kevin D.] Zhongkai Univ Agr & Engn, Innovat Inst Plant Hlth, Guangzhou 510225, Peoples R China
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Tennakoon,Danushka S.,Kuo,Chang-Hsin,Maharachchikumbura,Sajeewa S. N.,et al. Taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions to Celtis formosana, Ficus ampelas, F. septica, Macaranga tanarius and Morus australis leaf litter inhabiting microfungi[J]. FUNGAL DIVERSITY,2021,108(1):1-215.
APA Tennakoon,Danushka S..,Kuo,Chang-Hsin.,Maharachchikumbura,Sajeewa S. N..,Thambugala,Kasun M..,Gentekaki,Eleni.,...&Hyde,Kevin D..(2021).Taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions to Celtis formosana, Ficus ampelas, F. septica, Macaranga tanarius and Morus australis leaf litter inhabiting microfungi.FUNGAL DIVERSITY,108(1),1-215.
MLA Tennakoon,Danushka S.,et al."Taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions to Celtis formosana, Ficus ampelas, F. septica, Macaranga tanarius and Morus australis leaf litter inhabiting microfungi".FUNGAL DIVERSITY 108.1(2021):1-215.
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