Volume 5 Issue 5
2. Two new species of Russula (Russulales) from India
Das et al (2014)
3. The genus Pythiogeton (Pythiogetonaceae) in Brazil
Rocha et al (2014)
4. Infraspecific diversity of Beauveria bassiana from India based on DNA microsatellite markers
Agrawal et al (2014)
5. Functional activities of Philippine wild strain of Coprinus comatus (O. F. Müll. : Fr.) Pers and Pleurotus cystidiosus O. K. Miller grown on rice straw based substrate formulation
Kalaw and Albinto (2014)
6. Munkovalsaria donacina from grapevines and Desert Ash in Australia
Pitt et al (2014)
7. Myxomycetes from three lowland tropical forests in Vietnam
Tran et al (2014)
8. Woody twigs as a microhabitat for myxomycetes in the upland forests of southwestern Virginia
Cedeño et al (2014)
10. Cystoderma castellanum, a new species from Spain
11. Does habitat loss affect tropical myxomycetes?
Rojas and Doss (2014)
12. A new combination in Oudemansiella (Physalacriaceae, Agaricomycetes)
Volume 5 Issue 6
1. First survey for protosteloid amoebae in South Australia
Tice et al (2014)
2. Rare lichen taxa from Costa Rica
Neuwirth and Stocker-Wörgötter (2014)
3. Multi-gene genealogies reveal cryptic species Beauveria rudraprayagi sp. nov. from India
Agrawal et al (2014)
4. Morphogenetic effect of L-cysteine on Pseudogymnoascus destructans and related species
Raudabaugh and Miller (2014)
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