Volume 7 - 2016 - Index


Issue 1

1. The use of glowing wood as a source of luminescent culture of fungus mycelium
Puzyr AP, Medvedeva SE, Bondar VS
Mycosphere 7(1), 1–17

2. Diversity and distribution of myxomycetes in coastal and mountain forests of Lubang Island, Occidental Mindoro, Philippines
Macabago SAB, Stephenson SL, dela Cruz TEE
Mycosphere 7(1), 18–29

3. Volvariella leucocalix (Pluteaceae), a new species from Brazilian semiarid region.
Sá MCA, Wartchow F
Mycosphere 7(1), 30–35

4. Recycling of spent Pleurotus compost for production of the Agrocybe cylindracea.
Noonsong V, Puttakun N, Tinsirisuk M, Seephueak P
Mycosphere 7(1), 36–43

5. Distribution and phylogeny of Mycosisymbrium cirrhosum
Pratibha J, Prabhugaonkar A
Mycosphere 7(1), 44–50

6. Dothiorella species associated with woody hosts in Italy.
Dissanayake AJ, Camporesi E, Hyde KD, Phillips AJL, Fu CY, Yan JY , Li XH
Mycosphere 7(1), 51–63

7. Mycosphere Essays 2. Myrothecium
Chen Y, Ran SF, Dai DQ, Wang Y, Hyde KD, Wu YM, Jiang YL
Mycosphere 7(1), 64–80

8. A preliminary study of the ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with introduced Eucalyptus in Kenya
Garrett Kluthe B, Ben Hassine Ben Ali M, Nelsen DJ, Stephenson SL
Mycosphere 7(1), 81–86

Issue 10 (SI Biotechnology)

9. Ethnomycological knowledge of wild edible mushrooms in Tlayacapan, Morelos
Álvarez-Farias ZJ, Díaz-Godínez G, Téllez-Téllez M, Villegas E, Acosta-Urdapilleta ML
Mycosphere 7 (10), 1491–1499

10. Mycosphere Essay 11: Fungi of Pycnoporus: morphological and molecular identification, worldwide distribution and biotechnological potential
Téllez-Téllez M, Villegas E, Rodríguez A, Acosta-Urdapilleta ML, Díaz-Godínez G
Mycosphere 7 (10), 1500–1525

11. Vermicompost either alone or with amendment can enhance the shelf-life of P and Zn mobilizing fungal inoculants used in sustainable agriculture
Ashwin R, Bagyaraj DJ, Kale RD
Mycosphere 7 (10), 1526–1532

12. Temperature dependent lipase production from cold and pH tolerant species of Penicillium
Pandey N, Dhakar K, Jain R, Pandey A
Mycosphere 7 (10), 1533–1545

13. Fungal secretomics of ascomycete fungi for biotechnological applications
Couturier M, Navarro D, Favel A, Haon M, Lechat C, Lesage-Meessen L, Chevret D, Lombard V, Henrissat B, Berrin JG
Mycosphere 7 (10), 1546–1553

14. Characterization of multiple xylanase forms from Aspergillus tamarii resistant to phenolic compounds
Monclaro AV, Aquino EN, Faria RF, Ricart CAO, Freitas SM, Midorikawa GEO, Miller RNG, Michelin M, Polizeli MLTM, Filho EXF
Mycosphere 7 (10), 1554–1567

15. Enzymatic activity of three wild mushrooms
Díaz-Godínez G, Cervantes-Muñoz P, Acosta-Urdapilleta ML, Villegas E, Gupta VK, Téllez-Téllez M
Mycosphere 7 (10), 1568–1575

16. Production and some properties of extracellular phytase from Thermomyces lanuginosus IMI 096218 on rice flour as substrate
Bujna E, Rezessy-Szabó JM, Nguyen DV, Nguyen DQ
Mycosphere 7 (10), 1576–1587

17. A competitive approach for the reduction of unsaturated compounds based on fungal ene-reductases
Romagnolo A, Spina F, Risso S, Brenna E, Crotti M, Varese GC
Mycosphere 7 (10), 1588–1599

18. Mycosphere Essay 10: Properties and characteristics of microbial xylanases
Álvarez-Cervantes J, Domínguez-Hernández EM, Mercado-Flores Y, Díaz-Godínez G
Mycosphere 7 (10), 1600–1619

19. Biotechnological Innovations through Fungi
Gupta VK, Grigoriev IV, Berrin JG, Upadhyay RS, Zeilinger-Migsich S
Mycosphere 7 (10) 1490

Issue 11 (SI Evolution)

20. Special issue on naming species, ranking and evolution of fungi
Hongsanan S, Sánchez-Ramírez S, Zhao RL
Mycosphere 7 (11) 1620–1621

21. Taxonomic utility of old names in current fungal classification and nomenclature: Conflicts, confusion & clarifications
Dayarathne MC, Boonmee S, Braun U, Crous PW, Daranagama DA, Dissanayake AJ, Ekanayaka H, Jayawardena R, Jones EBG, Maharachchikumbura SSN, Perera RH, Phillips AJL, Stadler M, Thambugala KM, Wanasinghe DN, Zhao Q, Hyde KD, Jeewon R
Mycosphere 7 (11), 1622–1648

22. Perspectives into the value of genera, families and orders in classification
Liu NG, Ariyawansa HA, Hyde KD, Maharachchikumbura SSN, Zhao RL, Phillips AJL, Jayawardena RS, Thambugala KM, Dissanayake AJ, Wijayawardene NN, Liu JK, Liu ZY, Jeewon R, Jones EBG, Jumpathong J
Mycosphere 7 (11), 1649–1668

23. Establishing species boundaries and new taxa among fungi: recommendations to resolve taxonomic ambiguities
Jeewon R, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 7 (11), 1669–1677

24. Divergence and ranking of taxa across the kingdoms Animalia, Fungi and Plantae
Samarakoon MC, Hyde KD, Promputtha I, Ariyawansa HA, Hongsanan S
Mycosphere 7 (11), 1678–1689

25. The evolution of fungal epiphytes
Hongsanan S, Sánchez-Ramírez S, Crous PW, Ariyawansa HA, Zhao RL, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 7 (11), 1690–1712

26. The evolution of Massarineae with Longipedicellataceae fam. nov.
Phukhamsakda C, Hongsanan S, Ryberg M, Ariyawansa HA, Chomnunti P, Bahkali AH, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 7 (11), 1713–1731

27. Palawaniaceae fam. nov., a new family (Dothideomycetes, Ascomycota) to accommodate Palawania species and their evolutionary time estimates
Mapook A, Hyde KD, Hongsanan S, Phukhamsakda C, Li JF, Boonmee S
Mycosphere 7 (11), 1732–1745

28. Evolution of Xylariomycetidae (Ascomycota: Sordariomycetes)
Samarakoon MC, Hyde KD, Promputtha I, Hongsanan S, Ariyawansa HA, Maharachchikumbura SSN, Daranagama DA, Stadler M, Mapook A
Mycosphere 7 (11), 1746–1761

Issue 2

29. Mycosphere Essays 3. Myxomycete spore and amoeboflagellate biology: a review.
Clark J, Haskins EF
Mycosphere 7(2), 86–101

30. Fungi as endophytes in Chinese Artemisia spp.: juxtaposed elements of phylogeny, diversity and bioactivity
Cosoveanu A, Cabrera R, Hernandez M, Iacomi-Vasilescu B, Zhang X, Shu S, Wang M 2016
Mycosphere 7(2), 102–117

31. Exploration of wild medicinal mushroom species in Walayar valley, the Southern Western Ghats of Coimbatore District Tamil Nadu.
Venkatachalapathi A, Paulsamy S
Mycosphere 7(2), 118–130

32. Antioxidant activity and total phenolic content of Volvariella volvacea and Schizophyllum commune mycelia cultured in indigenous liquid media
Dulay RMR, Vicente JJA, Dela Cruz AG, Gagarin JM, Fernando W, Kalaw SP, Reyes RG
Mycosphere 7(2), 131–138

33. Endophytic fungi associated with bamboo as possible sources of single cell protein using corn cob as a substrate
Paynor KA, David ES, Valentino MJG
Mycosphere 7(2), 139–147

34. Neosporidesmium subramanianii sp. nov. from Vietnam
Mel’nik VA, Popov ES, Braun U
Mycosphere 7(2), 148–153

35. Schizothyriaceae
Phookamsak R, Boonmee S, Norphanphoun C, Wanasinghe DN, de Silva NI, Dayarathne MC, Hongsanan S, Bhat DJ, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 7(2), 154–189

36. Mycosphere Essays 4. Mycorrhizal-associated nutrient dynamics in key ecosystems and their response to a changing environment
Heng G, Hyde KD, Jianchu X, Valentine AJ, Mortimer PE
Mycosphere 7(2), 190–203

37. Two new Seimatosporium species from Italy
Wijayawardene NN, Goonasekara ID, Camporesi E, Wang Y, An YL
Mycosphere 7(2), 204–213

38. The phenotypic and metabolic properties of Metarhizium guizhouense on Corcyra cephalonica
Thaochan N, Chandrapatya A
Mycosphere 7(2), 214–225

39. Selection of a highly productive strain of Pholiota adiposa
Rong CB, Song S, Niu YR, Xu F, Liu Y, Zhao S, Wang SX
Mycosphere 7(2), 226–235

Issue 3

40. Biodiversity and molecular characterization of yeast and filamentous fungi in the air of citrus and grapevine plantations in Assiut area, Egypt
Moubasher AH, Abdel-Sater MA, Soliman Zeinab SM 2016
Mycosphere 7(3), 236–261

41. A new species of Amanita growing under Eucalyptus is discovered in South Brazil
Wartchow F, Cortez VG 2016
Mycosphere 7(3), 262–267

42. One hundred and five species of lichenicolous biota from India: An updated checklist for the country
Joshi Y, Falswal A, Tripathi M, Upadhyay S, Bisht A, Chandra K, Bajpai R, Upreti DK
Mycosphere 7(3), 268–294

43. Phaeotremella foliacea comb. nov. (Tremellales, Tremellomycetes, Agaricomycotina)
Wedin M, Zamora JC, Millanes AM
Mycosphere 7(3), 295–296

44. Mycophagy by small mammals: new and interesting observations from Brazil.
Trierveiler-Pereira L, Silva HCS, Funez LA, Baltazar JM.
Mycosphere 7(3), 297–304

45. Mycosphere Essays 7: Ganoderma lucidum - are the beneficial anti-cancer properties substantiated?
Hapuarachchi KK, Wen TC, Jeewon R, Wu XL, Kang JC, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 7(3), 305–332

46. Extensions of known geographic distribution of aphyllophoroid fungi (Basidiomycota) in Finland
Kunttu P, Kulju M, Kekki T, Pennanen J, Savola K, Helo T, Kotiranta H
Mycosphere 7(3), 333–357

47. Dark-spored species of Agaricineae from Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe, West Africa
Desjardin DE, Perry BA
Mycosphere 7(3), 359–391

Issue 4

48. Analysis of wood decay and ligninolysis in Polyporales from the Nile Delta region of Egypt
El-Gharabawy HM, Detheridge AP, El-Fallal AA, El-Sayed AKA, Griffith GW
Mycosphere 7(4), 392–404

49. Characterization of four species including one new species of Agaricus subgenus Spissicaules from Eastern China
Dai RC, Li GJ, He MQ, Liu RL, Ling ZL, Wu JR, Zhao RL
Mycosphere 7(4), 405–416

50. Mycosphere Essay 8: A review of genus Agaricus in tropical and humid subtropical regions of Asia
Karunarathna SC, Chen J, Mortimer PE, Xu JC, Zhao RL, Callac P, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 7(4), 417–439

51. Aplosporella thailandica; a novel species revealing the sexual-asexual connection in Aplosporellaceae (Botryosphaeriales).
Ekanayaka AH, Dissanayake AJ, Jayasiri SC, To-anun C, Jones EBG, Zhao Q, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 7(4), 440–447

52. Two new cheirosporous asexual taxa (Dictyosporiaceae, Pleosporales, Dothideomycetes) from freshwater habitats in Egypt
Abdel-Aziz FA
Mycosphere 7(4), 448–457

53. Spatiotemporal diversity of macrofungi in the coastal sand dunes of Southwestern India
Ghate SD, Sridhar KR
Mycosphere 7(4), 458–472, Doi 10.5943/mycosphere/7/4/6

54. A guide to the biology and taxonomy of the Echinosteliales
Haskins EF, Clark J
Mycosphere 7(4), 473–491

55. Colletotrichum siamense causes anthracnose on the fruits of Pongamia pinnata in India
Dwarka DJ, Sharma G, Rajasab AH
Mycosphere 7(4), 492–498

56. Comparative evaluation of total peroxidase and catalase activities during light emission of luminous fungus Neonothopanus nambi
Mogilnaya OA, Ronzhin NO, Bondar VS
Mycosphere 7(4), 499–510

57. Towards a natural classification of Dothideomycetes: clarification of Aldona, Aldonata and Viegasella (Parmulariaceae)
Tian Q, Hongsanan S, Dai DQ, Alias SA, Hyde KD and Chomnunti P
Mycosphere 7(4), 511–524

58. An Asian edible mushroom, Macrocybe gigantea: its distribution and ITS-rDNA based phylogeny
Razaq A, Nawaz R, Khalid AN
Mycosphere 7(4), 525–530

Issue 5

59. Cultural studies of Psilocybe sensu lato species (Agaricales, Strophariaceae).
Silva PS, Guzmán-Dávalos L, Silveira RMB
Mycosphere 7(5), 531–544

60. Mycosphere Essays 9: Defining biotrophs and hemibiotrophs.
De Silva NI, Lumyong S, Hyde KD, Bulgakov T, Phillips AJL, Yan JY
Mycosphere 7(5), 545–559

61. Characterization of an az0-dye-degrading white rot fungus isolated from Malaysia
Cheng WN, Sim HK, Ahmad SA, Syed MA, Shukor MY, Yusof MT
Mycosphere 7(5), 560–569

62. Mycosphere Essays 12. Progress in the classification of the water–cooling tower ascomycete Savoryella and a tribute to John Savory: a review
Jones EBG, To-anun C, Suetrong S, Boonyuen N
Mycosphere 7(5), 570–581

63. Mycosphere Essays 13 – Do xylariaceous macromycetes make up most of the Xylariomycetidae?
Daranagama DA, Jones EBG, Liu XZ, To-anun C, Stadler M, Hyde KD.
Mycosphere 7(5), 582–601

64. T-DNA activation-tagged mycelia producing fruiting bodies-specific triterpenoids in Antrodia cinnamomea - a medicinal fungus
Chen ECF, Agrawal DC, Wang HY, Chen WP, Tsay HS
Mycosphere 7(5), 602–611

65. Halodiatrype, a novel diatrypaceous genus from mangroves with H. salinicola and H. avicenniae spp. nov.
Dayarathne MC, Phookamsak R, Hyde KD, Manawasinghe IS, To-anun C, Jones EBG
Mycosphere7(5), 612–627

66. Phomatosporales ord. nov. and Phomatosporaceae fam. nov., to accommodate Lanspora, Phomatospora and Tenuimurus, gen. nov.
Senanayake IC, Al-Sadi AM, Bhat JD, Camporesi E, Dissanayake AJ, Lumyong S, Maharachchikumbura SSN, Hyde KD
Mycosphere7(5), 628–641

67. Additions to the quadrate-spored Entoloma (Agaricales) in Kerala State, India
Pradeep CK, Vrinda KB, Bijeesh C, Baroni TJ
Mycosphere 7(5), 642–648

68. Phanerochaete porostereoides, a new species in the core clade with brown generative hyphae from China
Liu SL, He SH
Mycosphere 7(5), 648–655

69. Checklist of fungi on teak
Doilom M, Taylor JE, Bhat DJ, Chukeatirote E, Hyde KD, To-anun C, Jones EBG
Mycosphere 7(5), 656–678

70. Molecular phylogeny of Speiropsis pedatospora
Pratibha J, Bhat DJ, Prabhugaonkar A
Mycosphere 7 (5), 679–686

Issue 6

71. Mycosphere Essays 15. Ganoderma lucidum - are the beneficial medical properties substantiated?.
Hapuarachchi KK, Wen TC, Jeewon R, Wu XL, Kang JC
Mycosphere 7(6), 687–715

72. Luminescence of wood samples during long-term storage
Puzyr AP, Medvedeva SE
Mycosphere 7 (6), 716–727

73. Drivers of macrofungal composition and distribution in Yulong Snow Mountain, southwest China
Luo X, Karunarathna SC, Luo YH, Xu K, Xu JC, Chamyuang S, Mortimer PE
Mycosphere 7(6), 727–740

74. Freshwater fungi from the River Nile, Egypt
Abdel-Aziz FA
Mycosphere 7(6), 741–756

75. Enhanced polysaccharide production in mycelium of Ganoderma atrum by solid-state fermentation
Wen TC, Kang C, Wang F, Liang DQ, Kang JC
Mycosphere 7(6), 757–765

76. Testing agricultural wastes for the production of Pleurotus ostreatus.
Thongklang N, Luangharn T
Mycosphere 7(6), 766–772

77. Neoclitocybe infuscata: a new species from Atlantic Forest of Pernambuco State, Brazil
Sá MCA, Silva NA, Wartchow F
Mycosphere 7(6), 773–777

78. A novel species of Russula (Russulaceae) from Indian Himalaya
Ghosh A, Das K, Adhikari S, Bhatt RP
Mycosphere 7(6), 771–785

79. Production, partial purification and optimization of a chitinase produced from Trichoderma viride, an isolate of maize cob.
Ekundayo EA, Ekundayo FO, Bamidele F
Mycosphere 7(6), 786–793

80. Lactocollybia subvariicystis, a new species of little known genus Lactocollybia from subtropical south China
Hosen MI, Li TH, Chen XN, Deng WQ.
Mycosphere 7(6), 794–800

81. Conidiobolus stilbeus, a new species with mycelial strand and two types of primary conidiophores
Nie Y, Tang XX, Liu XY, Huang B
Mycosphere 7 (6), 801–809

82. Biocontrol of Leucoagaricus gongylophorus of leaf-cutting ants with the mycoparasitic agent Trichoderma koningiopsis
Castrillo ML, Bich GA, Zapata PD, Villalba LL
Mycosphere 7(6), 810–819

83. Revision of the morphology and biogeography of Thysanorea papuana
Kirschner R
Mycosphere 7(6), 820–827

84. Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis regulates hormone and osmotic equilibrium of Lycium barbarum L. under salt stress
Liu HG, Wang YJ, Hart M, Chen H, Tang M
Mycosphere 7(6), 828–843

85. Extracellular synthesis of silver nanoparticles using Aspergillus versicolor and evaluation of their activity on plant pathogenic fungi
Elgorban AM, Aref SM, Seham SM, Elhindi KM, Bahkali AH, Sayed SR, Manal MA
Mycosphere 7(6), 844–852

86. Multigene phylogeny and HPLC analysis reveal fake Ophiocordyceps sinensis in markets
Wen TC, Wei DP, Long FY, Zeng XY, Kang JC
Mycosphere 7(6), 853–867

Issue 7 (SI Botryosphaeriaceae)

87. Special issue on Botryosphaeriaceae
AJL Phillips
Mycosphere 7(7), 868–869

88. Botryosphaeriaceae from palms in Thailand - Barriopsis archontophoenicis sp. nov, from Archontophoenix alexandrae.
Konta S, Phillips AJL, Bahkali AH, Jones EBG, Eungwanichayapant PD, Hyde KD, Boonmee S
Mycosphere 7(7), 921–932

89. Phaeobotryon negundinis sp. nov. (Botryosphaeriales) from Russia
Daranagama DA, Thambugala KM, Campino B, Alves A, Bulgakov TS, Phillips AJL, Liu XZ, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 7(7), 933–941

90. Mycosphere Essays 5: Is it important to name species of Botryosphaeriaceae?.
Chethana KWT, Phillips AJL, Zhang W, Chen Z, Hao YY, Hyde KD, Li XH, Yan JY
Mycosphere 7(7), 870–882

91. Botryosphaeriaceae – Dothideomycetes – morphology – phylogeny – taxonomy
Zhang M, He W, Wu JR, Zhang Y
Mycosphere 7(7), 942–949

92. Sardiniella urbana gen. et sp. nov., a new member of the Botryosphaeriaceae isolated from declining Celtis australis trees in Sardinian streetscapes
Linaldeddu BT, Alves A, Phillips AJL
Mycosphere 7(7), 893–905

93. Botryosphaeriaceae from palms in Thailand II - two new species of Neodeightonia, N. rattanica and N. rattanicola from Calamus (rattan palm)
Konta S, Hongsanan S, Phillips AJL, Jones EBG, Boonmee S, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 7(7), 950–961

94. Mycosphere Essays 14: Assessing the aggressiveness of plant pathogenic Botryosphaeriaceae
Manawasinghe IS, Phillips AJL, Hyde KD, Chethana KWT, Zhang W, Zhao WS, Yan JY, Li XH
Mycosphere 7(7), 883–892

95. Botryosphaeriaceae species associated with diseased loquat trees in Italy and description of Diplodia rosacearum sp. nov.
Giambra S, Piazza G, Alves A, Mondello V, Berbegal M, Armengol J, Burruano S
Mycosphere 7(7), 978–989

96. Botryosphaeriaceae species associated with lentisk dieback in Italy and description of Diplodia insularis sp. nov.
Linaldeddu BT, Maddau L, Franceschini A, Alves A, Phillips AJL
Mycosphere 7(7), 962–977

97. Diversity and phylogeny of Neofusicoccum species occurring in forest and urban environments in Portugal
Lopes A, Barradas C, Phillips AJL, Alves A
Mycosphere 7(7), 906–920

98. Sexual morph of Lasiodiplodia pseudotheobromae (Botryosphaeriaceae, Botryosphaeriales, Dothideomycetes) from China
Tennakoon DS, Phillips AJL, Phookamsak R, Ariyawansa HA, Bahkali AH, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 7(7), 990–1000

99. Botryosphaeriaceae: Current status of genera and species
Dissanayake AJ, Phillips AJL, Li XH, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 7(7), 1001–1073

Issue 8 (SI Colletotrichum)

100. Discovering and dealing with the unknown aspects of Colletotrichum
RS Jayawardena, JY Yan, L Cai, BD Shenoy, G Sharma
Mycosphere 7(8) 1074–1075

101. Mycosphere Essay 6: Why is it important to correctly name Colletotrichum species?
Jayawardena RS, Hyde KD, Jeewon R, Li XH, Liu M, Yan JY
Mycosphere 7(8) 1076–1092

102. Colletotrichum systematics: Past, present and prospects
Sharma G, Shenoy BD
Mycosphere 7(8) 1093–1102

103. Assessing the genetic diversity of grape ripe rot pathogen Colletotrichum using SRAP markers.
Huang YQ, Zang CQ, Li LX, Liang CH, Bai YJ, Xie JH
Mycosphere 7(8) 1103–1110

104. Colletotrichum aracearum and C. camelliae-japonicae, two holomorphic new species from China and Japan
Hou LW, Liu F, Duan WJ, Cai L
Mycosphere 7(8) 1111–1123

105. Whole genome re-sequencing and transcriptome analysis of the Stylosanthes Anthracnose pathogen Colletotrichum gloeosporioides reveal its characteristics
Huang HP, Ma S, Huang JH, Zheng JL, Yi KX

106. Mycosphere Essay 16: Colletotrichum: Biological control, bio-catalyst, secondary metabolites and toxins
Jayawardena RS, Li XH, Liu M, Zhang W, Yan JY
Mycosphere 7(8) 1164–1176

107. An account of Colletotrichum species associated with strawberry anthracnose in China based on morphology and molecular data
Jayawardena RS, Huang JK, Jin BC, Yan JY, Li XH, Hyde KD, Bahkali AH, Yin SL, Zhang GZ
Mycosphere 7(8) 1147–1163

108. Identification and characterization of Colletotrichum species causing grape ripe rot in southern China
Lei Y, Tang XB, Jayawardena RS, Yan JY, Wang XD, Liu M, Chen T, Liu XM, Wang JC, Chen QX
Mycosphere 7(8) 1177–1191

109. Notes on currently accepted species of Colletotrichum
Jayawardena RS, Hyde KD, Damm U, Cai L, Liu M, Li XH, Zhang W, Zhao WS, Yan JY
Mycosphere 7(8) 1192–1260

Issue 9 (SI Tribute to Prof. Jones)

110. A tribute to Professor E.B. Gareth Jones on his 80th birthday
Chomnunti S, Boonmee S, Hongsanan S, Doilom M, Thongklang N, Wanasinghe DN, Suetrong S
Mycosphere 7 (9) 1261-1264

111. Parafuscosporella garethii sp. nov. (Fuscosporellales) from a community northern forest, in Thailand
Boonyuen N¹, Chuaseeharonnachai C1, Suetrong S1, Sujinda S1 and Somrithipol S1
Mycosphere 7 (9), 1265–1272

112. Stachybotrys-like taxa from karst areas and a checklist of stachybotrys-like species from Thailan
Lin CG, McKenzie EHC, Bhat DJ, Ran SF, Chen Y, Hyde KD, Li DW, Wang
Mycosphere 7(9), 1273–1291

113. Venturia species form sooty mold-like colonies on leaves of Salix: introducing Venturia fuliginosa sp. nov
M. Shen, J.Q. Zhang, Y. Zhang
Mycosphere 7 (9), 1292–1300

114. New species of Thozetella and Chaetosphaeria and new records of Chaetosphaeria and Tainosphaeria from Thailand
Perera RH, Maharachchikumbura SSN, Bhat JD, Al-Sadi AM, Liu JK, Hyde KD, Liu ZY
Mycosphere 7 (9), 1301–1321

115. Brunneodinemasporium jonesii and Tainosphaeria jonesii spp. nov. (Chaetosphaeriaceae, Chaetosphaeriales) from southern China.
Lu YZ, Liu JK, Hyde KD, Bhat DJ, Xiao YP, Tian Q, Wen TC, Boonmee S, Kang JC
Mycosphere 7 (9), 1323–1332

116. Two new species of Arthrinium (Apiosporaceae, Xylariales) associated with bamboo from Yunnan, China
Dai DQ, Jiang HB, Tang LZ, Bhat DJ
Mycosphere 7 (9), 1332–1345

117. Taxonomy and phylogenetic appraisal of Montagnula jonesii sp. nov. (Didymosphaeriaceae, Pleosporales).
Tennakoon DS, Hyde KD, Wanasinghe DN, Bahkali AH, Camporesi E, Khan S, Phookamsak R
Mycosphere 7 (9), 1346–1356

118. New species and records of Dictyocheirospora from submerged wood in north-western Yunnan, China
Wang RX, Luo ZL, Hyde KD, Bhat DJ, Su XJ, Su HY
Mycosphere 7(9), 1357–1367

119. Neoleptosphaeria jonesii sp. nov., a novel saprobic sexual species, in Leptosphaeriaceae
Wanasinghe DN, Camporesi E, Hu DM
Mycosphere 7 (9), 1368–1377

120. A new species of Daldinia (Xylariaceae) from the Argentine subtropical montane forest
Sir EB, Lambert C, Wendt L, Hladki AI, Romero AI, Stadler M
Mycosphere 7 (9) 13781388

121. Morpho-molecular characterization and epitypification of Annulatascus velatisporus
Dayarathne MC, Maharachchikumbura SSN, Phookamsak R, Fryar SC, To-anun C, Jones EBG, AlSadi AM, Zelski SE, Hyde KD
Mycosphere 7 (9), 1389–1398

122. The genus Cookeina
Ekanayaka AH, Hyde KD, Zhao Q
Mycosphere 7 (9), 1399–1413

123. Characterization of Pisolithus orientalis in culture and in vitro mycorrhization with Eucalyptus camaldulensis and Pinus kesiya
Kumla J, Suwannarach N, Lumyong S
Mycosphere 7 (9), 1414–1424

124. An advance in the endophyte story: Oxydothidaceae fam. nov. with six new species of Oxydothis
Konta S, Hongsanan S, Tibpromma S, Thongbai B, Maharachchikumbura SSN, Bahkali AH, Hyde KD, Boonmee S
Mycosphere 7 (9), 1425–1446

125. Phylogenetic placement of Neorhamphoria garethjonesii gen. et sp. nov (Tubeufiales, genus, incertae sedis).
Boonmee S, Ekanayaka AH, Hyde KD, Hüseyin E, Ekici K, Selçuk
Mycosphere 7 (9), 1447–1457

126. Neooccultibambusa jonesii, a novel taxon within Occultibambusaceae
Jayasiri SC, Hyde KD, Jeewon R, Bhat JD, Camporesi E, Kang JC
Mycosphere 7 (9) 1458-1472

127. The asexual morph of Trichomerium gloeosporum
Hongsanan S, Tian Q, Hyde KD, Hu DM
Mycosphere 7 (9), 1473–1479

128. Muyocopron garethjonesii sp. nov. (Muyocopronales, Dothideomycetes) on Pandanus sp
Tibpromma S, McKenzie EHC, Karunarathna SC, Xu J Hyde KD, Hu DM
Mycosphere 7 (9), 1480–1489

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Mycosphere publishes reviews, research articles, methodology papers, taxonomic works such as monographs, which are relevant to fungal biology, including lichens. The official journal language is English.

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