Volume 8 Issue 9 (September/October)
11. New species and records of Bipolaris and Curvularia from Thailand
Marin-Felix et al. (2017)
10. Towards incorporating asexual fungi in a natural classification: checklist and notes 2012–2016
Wijayawardene et al. (2017)
9. Neotubeufia gen. nov. and Tubeufia guangxiensis sp. nov. (Tubeufiaceae) from freshwater habitats
Chaiwan et al. (2017)
8. Mycosphere Essay 19. Cordyceps species parasitizing hymenopteran and hemipteran insects
Shrestha et al. (2017)
7. Powdery mildew species on papaya – a story of confusion and hidden diversity
Braun et al. (2017)
6. Towards a natural classification of Amplistromataceae
Daranagama et al. (2017)
5. The gymnopoid fungi (Basidiomycota, Agaricales) from the Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe, West Africa.
Desjardin et al. (2017)
4. Yeasts and filamentous fungi inhabiting guts of three insect species in Assiut, Egypt
Moubasher et al. (2017)
Volume 8 Issue 2 (SI Botryosphaeriales)
9. Reaction of some apple cultivars to Diplodia bulgarica in Iran
Hanifeh et al. (2017)
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