Volume 10 - 2019 - Index


1. Diversity, morphology and molecular phylogeny of Dothideomycetes on decaying wild seed pods and fruits
Jayasiri SC, Hyde KD, Jones EBG, McKenzie EHC, Jeewon R, Phillips AJL, Bhat DJ, Wanasinghe DN, Liu JK, Lu YZ, Kang JC, Xu J, Karunarathna SC
Mycosphere 10(1), 1–186

2. Confirming the phylogenetic position of the genus Muscodor and the description of a new Muscodor species
Chen JJ, Feng XX, Xia CY, Kong DD, Qi ZY, Liu F, Chen D, Lin FC, Zhang CL
Mycosphere 10(1), 187–201

3. Fungi from Asian Karst formations III. Molecular and morphological characterization reveal new taxa in Phaeosphaeriaceae
Zhang JF, Liu JK, Jeewon R, Wanasinghe DN, Liu ZY
Mycosphere 10(1), 202–220

4. RETRACTED: Ganodermataceae (Polyporales): Diversity in Greater Mekong Subregion countries (China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam)
Hapuarachchi KK, Karunarathna SC, Phengsintham P, Yang HD, Kakumyan P, Hyde KD, Wen TC
Mycosphere 10(1), 221–316

5. CORRIGENDUM: Ganodermataceae (Polyporales): Diversity in Greater Mekong Subregion countries (China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam)
Hapuarachchi KK, Karunarathna SC, Phengsintham P, Yang HD, Kakumyan P, Hyde KD, Wen TC
Mycosphere 10(1), 221–316

6. Ganodermataceae (Polyporales): Diversity in Greater Mekong Subregion countries (China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam)
Hapuarachchi KK, Karunarathna SC, Phengsintham P, Yang HD, Kakumyan P, Hyde KD, Wen TC
Mycosphere 10(1), 221–309

7. Preliminary classification of Leotiomycetes
Ekanayaka AH, Hyde KD, Gentekaki E, McKenzie EHC, Zhao Q, Bulgakov TS, Camporesi E
Mycosphere 10(1), 310–489

8. Molecular characterization and pathogenicity of fungal taxa associated with cherry leaf spot disease
Chethana KWT, Jayawardene RS, Zhang W, Zhou YY, Liu M, Hyde KD, Li XH, Wang J, Zhang KC, Yan JY
Mycosphere 10(1), 490–530

9. Morphological and phylogenetic characterization of novel pestalotioid species associated with mangroves in Thailand
Norphanphoun C, Jayawardena RS, Chen Y, Wen TC, Meepol W, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 10(1), 531–578

10. A review of the polysaccharide, protein and selected nutrient content of Auricularia, and their potential pharmacological value
Bandara AR, Rapior S, Mortimer PE, Kakumyan P, Hyde KD, Xu J
Mycosphere 10(1), 579–607

11. Three new species of Neocamarosporium isolated from saline environments: N. aestuarinum sp. nov., N. endophyticum sp. nov. and N. halimiones sp. nov.
Gonçalves MFM, Aleixo A, Vicente TFL, Esteves AC, Alves A
Mycosphere 10(1), 608–621

12. Genetic Basis and Function of Mating-Type Genes in Aspergillus cristatus
Ge YY, Yu FM, Yang ZJ, Tan YM, Xiang T, Chen X, Yu YX, Chen L, Liu ZY
Mycosphere 10(1), 622–633

13. The family Pyrenidiaceae resurrected
Huanraluek N, Ertz D, Phukhamsakda C, Hongsanan S, Jayawardena RS, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 10(1), 634–654

14. Hyaline-spored chaetosphaeriaceous hyphomycetes from Thailand and China, with a review of the family Chaetosphaeriaceae
Lin CG, McKenzie EHC, Liu JK, Jones EBG, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 10(1), 655–700

15. Towards a natural classification of Dothidotthia and Thyrostroma in Dothidotthiaceae (Pleosporineae, Pleosporales)
Senwanna C, Wanasinghe DN, Bulgakov TS, Wang Y, Bhat DJ, Tang AMC, Mortimer PE, Xu J, Hyde KD, Phookamsak R
Mycosphere 10(1), 701–738

16. Endophytic seed mycobiome of six sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) cultivars from commercial seedlots using an Illumina sequencing approach
Kinge TR, Cason ED, Valverde A, Nyaga M, Gryzenhout M
Mycosphere 10(1), 739–756

17. Morphological and phylogenetic studies of Pleopunctum gen. nov. (Phaeoseptaceae, Pleosporales) from China
Liu NG, Hyde KD, Bhat DJ, Jumpathong J, Liu JK
Mycosphere 10(1), 757–775

18. Reptilian Mycophagy: A global review of mutually beneficial associations between reptiles and macrofungi
Elliott TF, Bower DS, Vernes K
Mycosphere 10(1), 776–797

19. A worldwide list of endophytic fungi with notes on ecology and diversity
Rashmi M, Kushveer JS, Sarma VV
Mycosphere 10(1), 798–1079

20. Lignicolous freshwater fungi from China and Thailand: Multi-gene phylogeny reveals new species and new records in Lophiostomataceae
Bao DF, Su HY, Maharachchikumbura SSN, Liu JK, Nalumpang S, Luo ZL, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 10(1), 1080–1099

21. Succession and natural occurrence of saprobic fungi on leaves of Berchemia floribunda (climber) and their association with Magnolia liliifera (host)
Promputtha I, McKenzie EHC, Tennakoon DS, Lumyong S, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 10(1), 1100–1114

22. Mycosphere notes 275-324: A morpho-taxonomic revision and typification of obscure Dothideomycetes genera (incertae sedis)
Pem D, Jeewon R, Bhat DJ, Doilom M, Boonmee S, Hongsanan S, Promputtha I, Xu JC, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 10(1), 1115–1246

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