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The first record of Laboulbeniales (Fungi, Ascomycota) on Ants (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) in The Netherlands

By Haelewaters D. – 20 June 2012
Laboulbeniales (Fungi, Ascomycetes) are obligate ectoparasites of arthropods, mostly true insects. 80% of all Laboulbeniales parasitize beetles, 10% flies. Also other groups of ins...

A key to the non-lichenicolous species of the genus Capronia (Herpotrichiellaceae)

By Friebes G. – 20 June 2012
A key to the non-lichenicolous Capronia species is presented and Capronia holmiorum is proposed as a nomen novum to replace Capronia collapsa (K. Holm & L. Holm) O.E. Erikss. nom. ...

Discomycètes rares ou remarquables récoltés en 2011. 1re partie : Pezizales

By Van Vooren N. – 20 June 2012
Discomycetes collected during the year 2011 and considered as rare or noticeable are presented and illustrated. This first part deals with taxa belonging to the order Pezizales: An...
Editorial Board

Managing Editor: Nicolas Van Vooren (France)


  •  Hans-Otto Baral (Germany)
  •  Martin Bemmann, 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)
  •  Jean-Paul Priou (France)
  •  Luis Quijada, Pfister Lab, Harvard University (United States of America)
  •  Elisabeth Stöckli (Switzerland)
  •  François Valade (France)