Volume 4 - 2013 - Index


Issue 1

1. A review of the genus Bulbothrix Hale: the isidiate, sorediate, and pustulate species with medullary salazinic acid
Benatti MN
Mycosphere 4(1), 1–30, Doi 10.5943 /mycosphere/4/1/1

2. Detecting the variability of Hydnum ovoideisporum (Agaricomycetes, Cantharellales) on the basis of Italian collections, and H. magnorufescens sp. nov.
Vizzini A, Picillo B, Ercole E, Voyron S, Contu M
Mycosphere 4(1), 32–44, Doi 10.5943 /mycosphere/4/1/2

3. Some noteworthy lichenicolous fungi from Khabarovsk Territory of Russia
Zhurbenko MP, Tugi EW
Mycosphere 4(1), 46–51, Doi 10.5943 /mycosphere/4/1/3

4. New additions of basidiomycetous fungi in Indian mycoflora
Kumari B, Atri NS
Mycosphere 4(1), 53–59, Doi 10.5943 /mycosphere/4/1/4

5. Ectomycorrhizal fungi from southern Brazil – a literature-based review, their origin and potential hosts
Sulzbacher MA, Grebenc T, Jacques RJS, Antoniolli ZI
Mycosphere 4(1), 61–95, Doi 10.5943 /mycosphere/4/1/5

6. A checklist of agarics (gilled mushrooms) of Kerala State, India
Farook VA, Khan SS, Manimohan P
Mycosphere 4(1), 97–131, Doi 10.5943 /mycosphere/4/1/6

7. Auricularia olivaceus: a new species from North India
Kumari B, Upadhyay RC, Atri NS
Mycosphere4(1), 133–138, Doi 10.5943 /mycosphere/4/1/7

8. Notes on the genus Entoloma in the Northwest of the Iberian Peninsula (V). Entoloma lucense, a new species in subgenus Omphaliopsis
Blanco-Dios JB
Mycosphere 4(1), 140–144, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/1/8

9. A new species of Mycena sect. Exornatae and some taxonomic observations
Aravindakshan DM, Manimohan P
Mycosphere 4(1), 146–150, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/1/9

10. A new species of non-lichenized ascomata from India
Logesh AR, Kalaiselvam M, Upreti DK
Mycosphere 4(1), 152–154, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/1/10

Issue 2

11. Conidial fungi from the semi-arid Caatinga biome of Brazil. Ellisembiopsis gen. nov., new variety of Sporidesmiella and some notes of Sporidesmium complex
Santa Izabel TS, Cruz ACR, Gusmão LFP
Mycosphere 4(2), 156–163, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/2/1

12. Tamhinispora a new genus belongs to family Tubeufiaceae from the Western Ghats, India based on morphology and phylogenetic analysis
Rajeshkumar KC, Sharma R
Mycosphere 4(2), 165–174, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/2/2

13. New species and new records of cercosporoid hyphomycetes from Cuba and Venezuela (Part 2)
Braun U, Urtiaga R
Mycosphere 4(2), 174–214, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/2/3

14. Hydropus griseolazulinus, a striking new species from Paraíba, Brazil
Pinheiro FGB, Sá MCA, Wartchow F.
Mycosphere 4(2), 218–225, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/2/4

15. Myxomycetes isolated from submerged plant material collected in the Big Thicket National Preserve, Texas
Winsett KE, Stephenson SL
Mycosphere 4(2), 227–231, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/2/5

16. The nuclear reproductive cycle in the myxomycetes: a review
Clark J, Haskins EF
Mycosphere 4(2), 233–248, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/2/6

17. The distribution of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis across the southern Appalachian states, USA
Rollins AW, Copeland JE, Barker H, Satterfield D
Mycosphere 4(2), 250–254, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/2/7

18. Cyathus olla from the cold desert of Ladakh
orjey K, Kumar S, Sharma YP
Mycosphere 4(2), 256–259, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/2/8

19. Lactifluus dunensis, a new species from Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
Sá MCA, Baseia IG, Wartchow F
Mycosphere 4(2), 261–265, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/2/9

20. Secondary metabolic profiling and antibacterial activities of different species of Usnea collected in Northern Philippines
Santiago KAA, Sangvichien E, Boonpragob K, dela Cruz TEE
Mycosphere 4(2), 267–280, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/2/10

21. Butterfly Woods, The Wilds, an optimal habitat of dictyostelidcellular slime molds in Ohio
Cavender JC, Cavender ND
Mycosphere 4(2), 282–290, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/2/11

22. Fungi on decaying leaves of Magnolia liliifera and Cinnamomum iners show litter fungi to be hyperdiverse
Monkai J, Promputtha I, Kodsueb R, Chukeatirote E, McKenzie EHC, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 4(2), 292–301, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/2/12

23. A review of the genus Bulbothrix Hale: the species with medullary fatty acids or without medullary substances
Benatti MN
Mycosphere 4(2), 303–331, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/2/13

24. Cuboid spored Entoloma in Kerala State, India
Pradeep CK, Shibu P. Varghese, Vrinda KB, Baroni TJ
Mycosphere 4(2), 333–344, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/2/14

Issue 3

25. Black yeasts from the slope sediments of Bay of Bengal: phylogenetic and functional characterization
Kutty SN1, Lawman D2, Singh ISB3 and Philip R
Mycosphere 4(3), 346–361 Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/1

26. Smut fungi of Iran
Vánky K, Abbasi M
Mycosphere 4(3), 363–454, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/2

27. Colonization and diversity of aquatic hyphomycetes in relation to decomposition of submerged leaf litter in River Kali (Western Ghats, India)
Sudheep NM, Sridhar KR
Mycosphere 4(3), 456–476, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/3

28. Species listing, distribution, and molecular identification of macrofungi in six Aeta tribal communities in Central Luzon, Philippines
De Leon AM, Luangsa-ard JJD,  Karunarathna SC5, Hyde KD, Reyes RG, dela Cruz TEE
Mycosphere 4(3), 478–494, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/4

29. P. Hennings (1898) Fungi centro-africani: species collected by G. Schweinfurth in what is now the Republic of South Sudan: A revisit
Mouchacca J, Dennetière B
Mycosphere 4(3), 496–518, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/5

30. Five supposedly well-known species of Leptogium section Mallotium
Kitaura MJ, Marcelli MP, Jungbluth P, Hora BR
Mycosphere 4(3), 520–530, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/6

31. Myxomycete records from Eagle Hill in Maine
Zoll V, Stephenson SL
Mycosphere 4(3), 520–527, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/7

32. Contributions to a revision of Cercidospora (Dothideales), 2: Species on Lecanora s. l., Rhizoplaca and Squamarina
Calatayud V, Navarro-Rosinés P, Hafellner J
Mycosphere 4(3), 539–557, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/8

33. Ingoldian fungi from semiarid Caatinga biome of Brazil. The genus Campylospora
Fiuza PO, Gusmão LFP
Mycosphere 4(3), 559–565, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/9

34. Occurrence of microfungi as litter colonizers and endophytes in varied plant species from the Western Ghats forests, Goa, India
D’Souza MA, Bhat DJ
Mycosphere 4(3), 584–589, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/11

35. First records and human activity on Brazilian Atlantic Forest Dictyostelids
Xavier de Lima V
Mycosphere 4(3), 584–589, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/11

36. New species and new records of cercosporoid hyphomycetes from Cuba and Venezuela (Part 3)
Braun U, Urtiaga R
Mycosphere 4(3), 591–614, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/12

37. Two new coprophilous varieties of Panaeolus (Psathyrellaceae, Agaricales) from Punjab, India
Amandeep K, Atri NS and Munruchi K
Mycosphere 4(3), 616–625, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/13

38. Myxomycetes appearing in moist chamber cultures on samples of bark and wood collected from coarse woody debris
Massingill JM, Stephenson SL
Mycosphere 4(3), 627–633, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/14

39. Fungal communities of symptomless barks of tropical trees
Murali TS, Thirunavukkarasu N, Govindarajulu MB, Suryanarayanan TS
Mycosphere 4(3), 635–645, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/15

40. Phenotypic and molecular characterization of Plectosphaerella cucumerina on bamboo from Iran
Arzanlou M, Torbati M, Khodaei S
Mycosphere 4(3), 647–651, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/3/16

Issue 4

41. Antioxidant properties in the oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus spp.) and split gill mushroom (Schizophyllum commune) ethanolic extracts
Arbaayah HH, Umi Kalsom Y
Mycosphere 4(4), 661–673, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/2

42. Mycena sect. Galactopoda: two new species, a key to the known species and a note on the circumscription of the section
Aravindakshan DM, Manimohan P
Mycosphere 4(4), 653–659, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/1

43. Studies for culturing and cultivation of Lentinus cladopus Lév
Atri NS and Lata
Mycosphere 4(4), 675–682, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/3

44. Conidial fungi from semi-arid Caatinga biome of Brazil. New and interesting Zanclospora species
Almeida DAC, Cruz ACR, Marques MFO, Gusmão LFP
Mycosphere 4(4), 684–692, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/4

45. The first checklists of macrofungi of mount Cameroon
Kinge TR, Egbe EA, Tabi EM, Nji TM, Mih AM
Mycosphere 4(4), 694–699, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/5

46. Conidial fungi from the semi-arid Caatinga Biome of Brazil. A new species of Dictyochaeta
Silva SS, Gusmão LFP
Mycosphere 4(4), 701–705, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/6

47. Myxomycetes appearing in moist chamber cultures on four different types of dead leaves
Goad AE,Stephenson SL
Mycosphere 4(4), 707–712, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/7

48. Medicinally important and edible species of genus Lactarius from Garhwal Himalaya, India
Joshi S, Vishwakarma MP, Mahar R, Bhatt RP
Mycosphere 4(4), 714–720, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/8

49. Three new species of Russula (Russulales) from Sikkim (India)
Das K, Atri NS, Buyck B
Mycosphere 4(4), 722–732, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/9

50. In-vitro evaluation of some Indian lichens against human pathogenic bacteria
Srivastava P, Logesh AR, Upreti DK, Dhole TN, Srivastava A
Mycosphere 4(4), 734–743, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/10

51. Gasteroid mycobiota of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil: Lycoperdon and Vascellum
Cortez VG, Baseia IG, Silveira RMB
Mycosphere 4(4), 745–758, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/11

52. Kamalomyces mahabaleshwarensis sp. nov. (Tubeufiaceae) from the Western Ghats, India
Dubey R, Neelima AM
Mycosphere 4(4), 760–764, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/12

53. Two interesting Pterula species from Maharashtra, India
Senthilarasu G
Mycosphere 4(4), 766–771, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/13

54. The diverse habitats of Hygrocybe – peeking into an enigmatic lifestyle
Halbwachs H, Karasch P, Griffith GW
Mycosphere 4(4), 773–792, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/14

55. A checklist of Egyptian fungi: I. Protozoan fungal analogues
Abdel-Azeem AM, Salem Fatma M
Mycosphere 4(4), 794–807, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/15

56. The genus Inonotus and its related species in India
Sharma JR, Das K, Mishra D
Mycosphere 4(4), 809–818, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/16

57. An additional update on the genus Chaetomium with descriptions of two coprophilous species, new to Italy
Doveri F
Mycosphere 4(4), 820–846, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/17

58. New Record of Woldmaria filicina (Cyphellaceae, Basidiomycota) in Russia
Vlasenko VA, Vlasenko AV
Mycosphere 4(4), 848–854, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/4/18

Issue 5

59. Myxomycetes of Maharashtra: two new species of Diderma Pers
Mishra RL, Phate PV, Ranade VD
Mycosphere 4(5), 865–869, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/5/2

60. Two new species of Agarics from India
Kaur NJ, Saini MK, Kaur H
Mycosphere 4(5), 856–863, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/5/1

61. Sixty-one macrofungi species new to Hungary in Őrség National Park
Siller I, Kutszegi G, Takács K, Varga T, Merényi Zs, Turcsányi G, Ódor P, Dima B
Mycosphere 4(5), 871–924, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/5/3

62. Pronectria rhizocarpicola, a new lichenicolous fungus from Switzerland
Brackel WV
Mycosphere 4(5), 926–928, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/5/4

63. A new section and two new species of Mycena
Aravindakshan DM, Manimohan P
Mycosphere 4(5), 930–935, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/5/5

64. New records of Pluteus (Agaricales) from Paraná State, Brazil
Dias RL, Cortez VG
Mycosphere 4(5), 937–943, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/5/6

65. Notes on the genus Buchwaldoboletus in Galicia and North of Portugal (II).Buchwaldoboletus pontevedrensis, sp. nov.
Blanco-Dios JB
Mycosphere 4(5), 945–950, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/5/7

66. Plant signalling and the role played by photosynthates in mycorrhizal recruitment
Thomas PW, Jones CL
Mycosphere 4(5), 952–958, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/5/8

67. Determination of heavy metals in Pleurotus ostreatus (Oyster mushroom) and Termitomyces clypeatus (Termite mushroom) sold on selected markets in Accra, Ghana
Quarcoo A, Adotey G
Mycosphere 4(5), 960–967, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/5/9

68. The international conservation importance of Welsh 'waxcap' grasslands
Griffith GW, Gamarra JGP, Holden EM, Mitchel D, Graham A, Evans DA, Evans SE, Aron C, Noordeloos ME, Kirk PM, Smith SLN, Woods RG, Hale AD, Easton GL, Ratkowsky DA, Stevens DP, Halbwachs H
Mycosphere 4(5), 969–984, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/5/10

69. A new non-isidiate Leptogium species with transverse septate ascospores from Southeastern Brazil
Kitaura MJ, Marcelli MP, Hora BR, Jungbluth P
Mycosphere 4(5), 986–992, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/5/11

70. Update on the distribution of Phallus drewesii (Phallales, Basidiomycota): new record from Asia
Trierveiler-Pereira L, Thao NP
Mycosphere 4(5), 994–997, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/5/12

71. Neocosmospora vasinfecta (Nectriaceae) a new record as a fimicolous Ascomycota from Brazil
Calaça FJS, Silva NC, Hirooka Y, Xavier-Santos S
Mycosphere 4(5), 999–1004, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/5/13

72. Two species of Strobilomyces from Jammu and Kashmir, India
Kour H, Kumar S, Sharma YP
Mycosphere 4(5), 1006–1013, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/5/14

73. Indonesian oleaginous yeasts isolated from Piper betle and P. nigrum
Kanti A, Sukara E, Kadarusman L, Sukarno N, Boundy-Mills K
Mycosphere 4(5), 1015–1026, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/5/15

Issue 6

74. Next-generation sequencing reveals sterile crustose lichen phylogeny
Hodkinson BP, Lendemer JC
Mycosphere 4(6), 1028–1039, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/6/1

75. First records of myxomycetes from El Salvador
Rojas C, Morales RE, Calderón I, Clerc P
Mycosphere 4(6), 1042–1051, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/6/2

76. Diversity of species of the genus Bolbitius (Bolbitiaceae, Agaricales) collected on dung from Punjab, India
Amandeep K, Atri NS, Munruchi K
Mycosphere 4(6), 1053–1064, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/6/3

77. Blumenavia angolensis (Clathraceae), a rare phalloid reported from Northeastern Brazil
Rodrigues ACM, Baseia IG
Mycosphere 4(6), 1066–1069, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/6/4

78. Contributions towards the knowledge of Favolaschia (Mycenaceae, Agaricomycetes) from Brazil
Magnago AC, Trierveiler-Pereira L, Neves MA
Mycosphere 4(6), 1071–1078, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/6/5

79. Effect of vitamins and growth regulators on the vegetative growth of Lentinus squarrosulus
Atri NS, Kumari B, Singh R, Upadhyay RC
Mycosphere 4(6), 1080–1090, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/6/6

80. Mycobiota of outdoor air that can cause asthma: a case study from Lake Manzala, Egypt
Abdel-Azeem AM, Rashad MH
Mycosphere 4(6), 1092–1104, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/6/7

81. A survey of an ectotrophic sand dune forest in the northeast Brazil
Sulzbacher MA, Giachini AJ, Grebenc T, Silva BDB, Gurgel FE, Loiola MIB, Neves MA, Baseia IG
Mycosphere 4(6), 1106–1116, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/6/8

82. Mucor racemosus as a biosorbent of metal ions from polluted water in Northern Delta of Egypt
El-Morsy EM, Nour El-Dein MM, El-Didamoney SMM
Mycosphere 4(6), 1118–1131, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/6/9

83. Ingoldian fungi from the semi-arid Caatinga biome of Brazil
Fiuza PO, Gusmão LFP
Mycosphere 4(6), 1133–1150, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/4/6/10

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