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List of Articles

Hydropisphaera palmicola (Bionectriaceae), a new species from Saül (French Guiana)

By Lechat C., Fournier J., Chaduli D., Favel A. – 25 April 2022
A detailed description of Hydropisphaera palmicola sp. nov. is presented, based on a collection on dead leaves of Astrocaryum sp. (Arecaceae) in French Guiana. The acremonium-like ...


By Anonymous – 25 April 2022

Paratricharina confusa sp. nov. and Hellenicoscyphus hyalotrichus gen. and sp. nov., two new tricharinoid discomycetes (Pezizales) from the Mediterranean basin

By Lindemann U., Valencia F.J., Kaounas V., Kummer V., Van Vooren N. – 25 April 2022
Two new tricharinoid species, Paratricharina confusa and Hellenicoscyphus hyalotrichus, are described and illustrated based on collections from Spain and Greece. The morphological ...

Morphotaxonomic revision of Ombrophila species on herbaceous, in particular monocotyledonous hosts

By Baral H.-O. – 25 April 2022
Three species growing on monocotyledonous hosts in semiaquatic habitats are accepted within the predominantly lignicolous genus Ombrophila: O. pileata, O. costantinii, and O. ambig...

Emendation of the genus Parascutellinia (Pezizales) based on phylogenetic, morphological and ecological data, introducing Fallacidiscus helveticus gen. and sp. nov., and Spaniodiscus gen. nov.

By Lindemann U., Van Vooren N., Roffler U. – 25 April 2022
The genus Parascutellinia is revised and amended, based on examinations of the type specimens from Humaria carneosanguinea, Lachnea violacea, Lachnea iuliana, Parascutellinia fuck...

Two new species in the genus Phaeopezia (Pezizaceae)

By Paz A., Bellanger J.-M., Chautrand P., Vidal J.M., Lavoise C., Moreau P.-A. – 28 February 2022
Two new and closely related species Phaeopezia vittadinii and P. calongei are described, representing the first semi-hypogeous taxa within the genus Phaeopezia. Until now, this gen...

Compte rendu de la session Ascomycota Zone Alpine 2020 en Tarentaise

By Van Vooren N. – 28 February 2022
Report of the foray dedicated to the Alpine Zone Ascomycota, in August 2020 in the Tarentaise valley (France, Savoie), including an inventory made in the National Park of Vanoise, ...

Exploring the European Trichophaea-like discomycetes (Pezizales) using morphological, ecological and molecular data. Part 3: New discoveries in Perilachnea

By Van Vooren N., Valencia F.J., Carbone M., Vega M. – 28 February 2022
New morphological and phylogenetic studies conducted on new Spanish collections of Trichophaea-like discomycetes allowed the description and illustration of three new species of Pe...

Ascomycètes non lichénisés nouveaux pour la France. Notules n° 3

By Van Vooren N., Gardiennet A., Hairaud M., Mombert A., Perez J.-B., Priou J.-P. – 28 February 2022
This article provides a list of non-lichenised ascomycetes considered as new for France. The taxa are presented as brief notes with indication of location, habitat, and some taxono...
Editorial Board

Managing Editor: Nicolas Van Vooren (France)


  •  Hans-Otto Baral (Germany)
  •  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)
  •  Jean-Paul Priou (France)
  •  Luis Quijada, Pfister Lab, Harvard University (United States of America)
  •  François Valade (France)
  •  Chris Yeates (United Kingdom)