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The last published issue of Ascomycete.org is fascicle 5, vol. 10 (Nov. 2018):

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Compte rendu de la session d’étude Ascomycota en Vanoise – juin 2018

By Van Vooren N. – 04 November 2018
Report of the Ascomycota Foray, organized by Ascomycete.org, in the National Park of Vanoise (French Alps), in June 2018. The list of the 144 collected and studied taxa is also pr...
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Xylaria aethiopica sp. nov. – a new pod-inhabiting species of Xylaria (Xylariaceae) from Ethiopia

By Fournier J., Ju Y.M., Hsieh H.M., Lindemann U. – 04 November 2018
A filiform and nodulose Xylaria repeatedly collected on woody pods of the endemic tree Milletia ferruginea in Ethiopia is documented with macromorphological, micromorphological, cu...
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Une nouvelle espèce pour le genre Pseudombrophila (Pezizales), P. subalpina (Jamoni) comb. nov.

By Van Vooren N. – 04 November 2018
The review of the type material of Trichophaea subalpina, combined with a molecular analysis, repositioned this species in the Pseudombrophila clade into the Pyronemataceae s. lato...
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Amphirosellinia gallaeciana sp. nov. (Xylariaceae), a new species from Spain

By Fournier J., Castro Marcote J.M., Rubio E., Lechat C. – 04 November 2018
The new species Amphirosellinia gallaeciana is described and illustrated based on material collected on branchlets of Castanea and Quercus in Galicia (Spain). The material collecte...
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Preliminary phylogenetic and morphological studies in the Gyromitra gigas lineage (Pezizales): Epitypification of Gyromitra gigas and G. ticiniana

By Carbone M., Van Vooren N., Klener V., Alvarado P. – 04 November 2018
Gyromitra gigas and G. ticiniana are epitypified with modern collections with known genetic data. The taxonomy of both species is revisited on the basis of new morphological studie...
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Sarcopeziza (Pezizaceae, Ascomycota), a new monotypic genus for Inzenga’s old taxon Peziza sicula

By Agnello C., Alvarado P., Loizides M. – 09 September 2018
Phylogenetic inferences in recent years have shown that the genus Peziza, in its traditional circumscription, is polyphyletic. Multigene phylogenetic analyses based on the ITS and ...
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The genus Xylaria sensu lato (Xylariaceae) in Guadeloupe and Martinique (French West Indies) I. Taxa with penzigioid stromata

By Fournier J., Lechat C., Courtecuisse R. – 09 September 2018
This survey deals with the Xylaria taxa with penzigioid stromata, i.e., with sessile to subsessile stromata wider than high, collected in the French West Indies in the course of an...
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Clonostachys spinulosispora (Hypocreales, Bionectriaceae), a new species on palm from French Guiana

By Lechat C., Fournier J. – 09 September 2018
Clonostachys spinulosispora is introduced as a new species of Clonostachys (syn. Bionectria), based on material collected in French Guiana on dead palm leaves of Astrocaryum vulgar...
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Chrysonectria, a new genus in the Nectriaceae with the new species C. finisterrensis from France

By Lechat C., Fournier J., Priou J.P. – 09 September 2018
Chrysonectria finisterrensis gen. and sp. nov. is described and illustrated, based on a collection from France on bark of Quercus robur. The acremonium-like asexual morph of this s...
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Lachnellula arida (Helotiales), une espèce rare récoltée dans les Alpes-Maritimes

By Evangelisti E. – 15 June 2018
Here we report and illustrate the occurrence of Lachnellula arida (W. Phillips) Dennis in three different locations at the vicinity of the world-famous Valley of Marvels (Mercanto...
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Hongos liquenícolas de las islas Azores. I. Terceira

By Etayo J. – 15 June 2018
A total of 66 different lichenicolous fungi have been found in Terceira (Azores Islands) of which 55 have been named at least to genus. A new species is described: Arthonia albotra...
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Epitypification of Lamprospora rehmii Benkert (Pezizales)

By Vega M., Janošík L., Martínez-Gil R., Moyne G. – 15 June 2018
Lamprospora rehmii Benkert, a species of bryophilous Pezizales infecting the moss Pleuridium acuminatum Lindb., is presented from recent collections, one of which is designated as ...
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On a new species of Chaetomidium, C. vicugnae, with a cephalothecoid peridium and its relationships with Chaetomiaceae (Sordariales)

By Doveri F. – 22 April 2018
A sample of vicuña dung from a Chilean coastal desert was submitted to the attention of the author, who at first sight noticed the presence of different pyrenomycetes. Several hair...
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Geonectria, a new genus in the Bionectriaceae from France

By Lechat C., Fournier J., Vega M., Priou J.-P. – 22 April 2018
Geonectria subalpina gen. and sp. nov. is described and illustrated based on three collections on soil from subalpine zone in the French Alps. The genus is placed in the Bionectri...
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Bryocentria octosporelloides (Hypocreales) – a new species on Cololejeunea minutissima from Asturias (Spain)

By Döbbeler P., Linde J., Rubio E. – 22 April 2018
Bryocentria octosporelloides Döbbeler, J. Linde & E. Rubio (Bionectriaceae, Hypocreales) is proposed as a new species. It infects the foliose, bark-inhabiting liverwort Cololejeune...
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Allophylaria subliciformis (Pezizellaceae, Helotiales), a rare species rediscovered in Europe and North America

By Martínez-Gil R., Baral H.-O. – 22 April 2018
The macro- and microscopic characters of the very rarely recorded Allophylaria subliciformis, type species of Allophylaria, are described and illustrated from fresh collections mad...
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Compte rendu de la session Ascomycota Zone Alpine 2017

By Capoen B. – 25 February 2018
Report of the 2017 Alpine Zone Ascomycota foray organized by Ascomycete.org at Beaufort (Savoy, France) from 27 August to 1 September. The list of the 95 studied taxa is joined
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Thyronectria abieticola (Hypocreales), a new species from France on Abies alba

By Lechat C., Gardiennet A., Fournier J. – 25 February 2018
A new species of Thyronectria growing on corticated branches and twigs of Abies alba is described from France. It is characterized by morphology of sexual and asexual morphs, by IT...
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Flammocladiella decora, a new combination to accommodate the hypocrealean fungus Nectria decora

By Lechat C., Fournier J. – 25 February 2018
The new combination Flammocladiella decora is proposed to accommodate Nectria decora, whose taxonomic position is unsettled. Detailed description and illustrations of this species ...
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The genera Kretzschmariella and Nemania (Xylariaceae) in Guadeloupe and Martinique (French West Indies)

By Fournier J., Lechat C., Courtecuisse R. – 25 February 2018
This survey deals with the Nemania taxa collected in the French West Indies in the course of an ongoing inventorial work on the mycobiota of these islands initiated in 2003. Based ...
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Editorial Board

Managing Editor: Nicolas Van Vooren (France)

Board:

  •  Martin Bemman, Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (Germany)
  •  Matteo Carbone (Italy)
  •  Adrian Carter, New-Brunswick Museum (Canada)
  •  René Dougoud (Switzerland)
  •  Gernot Friebes, Centre of Natural History, Botany & Mycology, Universalmuseum Joanneum (Austria)
  •  Jacques Fournier (France)
  •  Michel Hairaud (France)
  •  Christian Lechat (France)
  •  Luis Quijada, Pfister Lab, Harvard University (United States of America)
  •  Alfredo Vizzini, Dept. of Life Sciences and Systems Biology, University of Torino (Italy)
  •  Chris Yeates (United Kingdom)