The electronic journal Ascomycete.org (ISSN 2100-0840) is published under Creative Commons licence. Each volume contains 4 to 6 fascicles per year. The journal accepts all articles dealing with taxonomy of Ascomycota. As an international journal, it authorizes the authors to submit their text in the following languages: French, English, German, Italian and Spanish. The texts must respect the “rules to authors” (see Documents) and are submitted to the opinion of our Editorial Board. They must be sent to the address contact@ascomycete.org.

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The last published issue of Ascomycete.org is fascicle 6, vol. 20 (December 2020):

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The genus Ascodesmis (Pezizales) in Norway

By Kristiansen R. – 15 February 2011
This report presents the four species of Ascodesmis (Ascomycota, Pezizales) recorded in Norway, and an updated map of their distribution. All are coprophilous, and occur on dung of...
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Helvella atra König : Fries, nomenclatura e tipificazione

By Filippa M., Baiano G. – 15 February 2011
Helvella atra is a sanctioned name and it cannot be replaced by other names, not even by Helvella nigricans Pers., which is also illegitimate. The search for the original meaning o...
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Helvella cupuliformis (Ascomycota, Pezizales), nouvelle espèce de la flore mycologique du Monténégro

By Perić B. – 15 February 2011
Helvella cupuliformis Dissing et Nannf. is a rare species, recorded for the first time in Montenegro. We propose a macroscopic and microscopic description, photographs taken in sit...
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The genus Peziza Dill. ex Fr. (Pezizales, Ascomycota) in Israel

By Barseghyan G.S., Wasser S.P. – 15 February 2011
Species diversity for Peziza in Israel is presented. The 25 Peziza species recorded from Israel include P. alaskana, P. ammophila, P. badia, P. badiofusca, P. brunneoatra, P. cerea...
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Algunos Ascomycota de Madeira (Portugal)

By Calonge F.D., Menezes de Sequeira M. – 15 February 2011
After carrying on several excursions along Madeira island, 25 species of Ascomycota are briefly described and commented on their morphology, ecology, habitat and taxonomical differ...
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Hymenoscyphus ombrophilaeformis, une espèce aéro-aquatique

By Dougoud R. – 15 February 2011
A species of the genus Hymenoscyphus Gray, H. ombrophilaeformis Svrček, special due to its purplish colour and its growth in very wet places, is described and illustrated
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Sur deux récoltes de Scutellinia macrospora effectuées par Henry Dissing

By Jeannerot B. – 15 February 2011
Two collections of Scutellinia macrospora made by Henry Dissing, in Norway, are studied. Taxonomic features like spores, spore ornamentation and hairs are commented. Line drawings ...
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Description de Peziza dissingii sp. nov. (Ascomycota, Pezizales)

By Van Vooren N., Moyne G. – 15 February 2011
The authors present and illustrate a new species of cup-fungus, close to Peziza acroornata, and named Peziza dissingii, in honour of the mycologist Henry Dissing
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Henry Dissing: a reminiscence

By Korf R.P. – 15 February 2011
The author presents some fond memories of his interactions with one of the few major workers in the taxonomy of Discomycetes
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Henry Dissing, 31. March 1931 – 10. December 2009

By Læssøe T. – 15 February 2011
Biography of Henry Dissing, Danish mycologist, specialist of Pezizales, died in December 2009
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Editorial Board

Managing Editor: Nicolas Van Vooren (France)

Board:

  •  Martin Bemmann, Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (Germany)
  •  Brigitte Capoen (France)
  •  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)
  •  Jean-Paul Priou (France)
  •  Luis Quijada, Pfister Lab, Harvard University (United States of America)
  •  François Valade (France)
  •  Alfredo Vizzini, Dept. of Life Sciences and Systems Biology, University of Torino (Italy)
  •  Chris Yeates (United Kingdom)