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Typification of Hymenoscyphus sulphuratus (Ascomycota, Helotiales)

By Van Vooren N. – 18 December 2014
Hymenoscyphus sulphuratus is an uncommon species growing on conifer litter, but is typically found on Picea abies needles. As with many other historically described species, this n...
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A rare desiccation-tolerant species with single-spored asci: Mellitiosporium propolidoides (Rhytismatales)

By Senn-Irlet B. – 18 December 2014
Descriptions and illustrations are given from Mellitiosporium propolidoides (Rhytismatales, Leotiomycetes) outstanding with single-spored asci, based on three recent collections fr...
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Sclerotinia spermophila Noble – ein Labor-Insasse auf Abwegen

By Richter T., Vega M. – 18 December 2014
Sclerotinia spermophila Noble only known from cultures obtained from seeds of White Clover, Trifolium repens L., is reported from collections in natural habitat growing on seeds of...
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Is Psilocistella quercina (Velen.) Svrček a good taxon?

By Quijada L., Huhtinen S., Hairaud M., Beltrán-Tejera E. – 18 December 2014
Since Psilocistella quercina was described in 1977, it is considered a doubtful taxon, and therefore not currently accepted. A bibliographic revision, together with recent studies ...
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Geoglossaceae de France : Trichoglossum octopartitum Mains, récolté en France

By Priou J.-P., Dechaume J.-P. – 18 December 2014
Description and illustration of Trichoglossum octopartitum Mains (1940), reported as new to France and compared with other Trichoglossum species having seven-septate ascospores. A ...
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Un hôte du sureau yèble (Sambucus ebulus) : Trichopezizella rubroguttata comb. nov. (Helotiales)

By Moyne G. – 18 December 2014
Description and illustration of Trichopezizella rubroguttata comb. nov., a species of Helotiales that seems common on dead stems of Sambucus ebulus
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The genus Polycephalomyces (Hypocreales) in the frame of monitoring Veternica cave (Croatia) with a new segregate genus Perennicordyceps

By Matočec N., Kušan I., Ozimec R. – 18 December 2014
During the regular biospeleological monitoring in the Veternica cave (Mt. Medvednica, Croatia), particular synnematous entomogenous fungus parasitizing on an imago of the subtroglo...
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Micropeziza curvatispora sp. nov., M. fenniae sp. nov. and M. zottoi sp. nov. (Helotiales) – three new species of the genus Micropeziza from Western Siberia, Finland, Germany and Belgium

By Lindemann U., Helleman S., Filippova N., Krieglsteiner L., Pennanen M. – 18 December 2014
Three Micropeziza species, Micropeziza fenniae, M. curvatispora and M. zottoi, collected in Western Siberia, Finland, Germany and Belgium are described as new to science. The simil...
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Contribution à la connaissance de Unguiculariopsis ravenelii subsp. hamata (Chenant.) W.Y. Zhuang

By Hairaud M. – 18 December 2014
An illustrated description of the tiny helotialean Unguiculariopsis ravenelii subsp. hamata (Chenant.) W.Y. Zhuang, is proposed after a new living collection in Center West of Fran...
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Une nouvelle espèce coprophile, Cheilymenia laevispora sp. nov. (Pezizales, Pyronemataceae)

By Dougoud R. – 18 December 2014
Cheilymenia laevispora sp. nov. is described and illustrated as a new coprophilous species collected in alpine zone. The distinct cellular structures composing the layers of the fl...
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About Lasiosphaeria s. l. (3). Lizonia sphagni Cooke collected in Europe

By Declercq B. – 18 December 2014
Recent collections of a lasiosphaeriaceous species on Sphagnum showed to be conspecific with Lizonia sphagni Cooke for which the new combination Hilberina sphagni (Cooke) Declercq ...
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Errata

By Anonyme Z. – 18 December 2014
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Cistella helvetica Baral (Hyaloscyphaceae), une espèce rare récoltée pour la première fois en France

By Capoen B. – 18 December 2014
Cistella helvetica, a rare species of the Hyaloscyphaceae on ferns is described and illustrated after a collection from Britanny (France). This collection seems to be the first one...
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“The story so far...” An Interim Bibliography of Hans-Otto Baral for the Years 1981-2014

By Bemmann M. – 18 December 2014
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Type-revision of Lachnea velenovskyi, a new species in the genus Spooneromyces (Pezizales)

By Van Vooren N. – 17 October 2014
The revision of the holotype of Lachnea velenovskyi confirmed that its microscopic features correspond to those of the genus Spooneromyces, i.e. spores ornamentation, type of hairs...
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Discinella meuriesii, an orthographic mistake for Discinella menziesii overlooked since 1917

By Quijada L., Valade F., Baral H.O., Beltrán-Tejera E. – 17 October 2014
The name Discinella "meuriesii" is an incorrect spelling of Discinella menziesii. This misspelling has early been rectified, but was commonly overlooked or misunderstood by databas...
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Une station marseillaise de Tricharina striispora (Pezizales)

By Ivaldi P., Fouchier F. – 17 October 2014
The authors observed for more than three years a site of the infrequent species Tricharina striispora. They describe and illustrate this taxon and give a synthesis of the ecology o...
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Novel collections of Zeus olympius and Cosmospora ganymede (Ascomycota) from Bulgaria and Greece

By Stoykov D.Y., Assyov B., Alexov R., Grazdilov K. – 17 October 2014
First Bulgarian records of Zeus olympius and Cosmospora ganymede, two unusual ascomycetes, described and so far known only from a single locality in Greece, are reported. Zeus olym...
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Hypoxylon flavocremeum sp. nov. (Xylariaceae), a new species from Mayotte (France Outre-Mer), with notes on some other Hypoxylon spp. collected in this island

By Fournier J., Pélissier M., Lechat C. – 17 October 2014
During a survey of mycobiota in the island of Mayotte situated in the Comores archipelago, a remarkable Hypoxylon with unusual off-white to pale yellowish stromata was collected by...
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Découverte de Lazuardia lobata (Pezizales) sur l’île de Mayotte

By Van Vooren N., Pélissier M. – 01 July 2014
Lazuardia lobata is an uncommon discomycete, known from tropical or subtropical areas, rarely cited in literature. A late discovery of this species on the Island of Mayotte provide...
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Two new species of Hypoxylon (Xylariaceae) from French Central Pyrenees occurring on Fagus sylvatica

By Fournier J. – 01 July 2014
In the course of an extensive survey of Xylariaceae in the French Central Pyrenees over the last fifteen years two undescribed species of Hypoxylon were recently discovered, both o...
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Revue bibliographique : Ascomycete Fungi of North America

By Van Vooren N. – 01 July 2014
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Species diversity of Genea (Ascomycota, Pezizales) in Europe

By Alvarado P., Cabero J., Moreno G., Bratek Z., Van Vooren N., Kaounas V., Konstantinidis G., Agnello C., Merényi Z., Smith M.E. – 01 July 2014
Here we revisit the species diversity within the genus Genea in Europe. Nine new species are proposed: Genea brunneocarpa, G. compressa, G. dentata, G. fageticola, G. oxygala, G. p...
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Xylaria violaceorosea sp. nov. (Xylariaceae), a distinctive species discovered in Spain

By Fournier J., Román A., Balda J., Rubio E. – 16 May 2014
Xylaria violaceorosea is described as a new species based on the combination of distinctive macroscopic and microscopic characters. It is a lignicolous Xylaria with stromata roughl...
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Revue bibliographique : Operculate Discomycetes of Israel

By Van Vooren N. – 15 March 2014
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Phylogenetic and morphological studies in the genus Pseudoplectania (Ascomycota, Pezizales)

By Carbone M., Agnello C., Alvarado P. – 15 March 2014
New phylogenetic studies focused on the genus Pseudoplectania confirm the independence of the already known species Pseudoplectania nigrella, P. melaena, and P. ericae, although th...
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Cheilymenia catenipila J. Moravec (Pezizales). Un rare discomycète coprophile découvert en Espagne et en France

By Rubio E., Delpont M. – 15 March 2014
The authors describe and illustrate a rare coprophilous fungus, Cheilymenia catenipila J. Moravec, collected for the first time in Spain and France
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Apports à la connaissance de Caloscypha fulgens (Pezizales)

By Dougoud R. – 15 March 2014
Specifics of Caloscypha fulgens (Pers.) Boud., concerning the stipe, mycelium and microchemical reactions of pigments, are described and illustrated
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Hydnotrya tulasnei and Mattirolomyces terfezioides (Pezizales) two hypogeous fungi that rarely appear in Greece

By Konstantinidis G., Kaounas V. – 15 March 2014
Two hypogeous Ascomycetes recently observed in Greece are presented: Hydnotrya tulasnei and Mattirolomyces terfezioides. Descriptions based on specimens found are given, accompanie...
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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)