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30 December 2019 Clypeococcum hemiamyloideum (Polycoccaceae, Ascomycota), a novel lichenicolous fungus on Verrucaria latebrosa
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Shivarov, V. V. 2019. Clypeococcum hemiamyloideum (Polycoccaceae, Ascomycota), a novel lichenicolous fungus on Verrucaria latebrosa. - Herzogia 32: 438–443.

Clypeococcum hemiamyloideum is described as a novel lichenicolous fungus on Verrucaria latebrosa from the Malyovitsa River, Bulgaria. It is characterized by two types of hymenial gels: lower gel predominant, hemiamyloid (1+ red), upper gel only in the ostiolar region, euamyloid (1+ blue), a variable spore number in the mature asci (1–8), pseudothecia 100–175 µm diam., black, and ascospores 17.8–20.3 x 6.6–7.6 µm, brown, thick-walled, warted, 1-sep-tate. The reactions of the hymenial gels in C. hemiamyloideum and V. latebrosa were tested with different concentrations of IKI in order to identify their types and thresholds.

Veselin V. Shivarov "Clypeococcum hemiamyloideum (Polycoccaceae, Ascomycota), a novel lichenicolous fungus on Verrucaria latebrosa," Herzogia 32(2), 438-443, (30 December 2019). https://doi.org/10.13158/heia.32.2.2019.438
Accepted: 2 July 2019; Published: 30 December 2019
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