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Title: Multi-Gene Phylogeny and Morphology Reveal Haplohelminthosporium gen. nov. and Helminthosporiella gen. nov. Associated with Palms in Thailand and A Checklist for Helminthosporium Reported Worldwide
Authors: Konta, Sirinapa
Hyde, Kevin D.
Karunarathna, Samantha C.
Mapook, Ausana
Senwana, Chanokned
Dauner, Lucas A.P.
Nanayakkara, C.M.
Xu, Jianchu
Tibpromma, Saowaluck
Lumyong, Saisamom
Keywords: 4 new taxa; Massarinaceae; morphology; multi-genes; palm fungi; Thailand
Issue Date: 2021
Citation: Sirinapa Konta, Kevin D. Hyde, Samantha C. Karunarathna, Ausana Mapook, ChanoknedSenwana, Lucas A.P. Dauner, C.M. Nanayakkara, Jianchu Xu, Saowaluck Tibpromma, Saisamom Lumyong(2021). Multi-gene phylogeny and morphology reveal Haplohelminthosporiumge. et. sp. nov. and the first report of Helminthosporiella stilbaceaassociated with coconut tree in Thailand and a checklist for Helminthosporiumreported worldwide, Life (MDPI, BASEL), SCI Expanded
Abstract: Palms (Arecaceae) are substrates for a highly diverse range of fungi. Many species are known as saprobes and many are important plant pathogens. Over the course of our studies of micro- fungi from palms in Thailand, two new taxa were discovered. Morphological characteristics and phylogenetic analyses of combined ITS, LSU, SSU, and tef1-α sequence data revealed their taxonomic positions within Massarinaceae. There are currently ten genera identified and accepted in Massari- naceae, with the addition of the two new genera of Haplohelminthosporium and Helminthosporiella, that are introduced in this paper. Each new genus is provided with a full description and notes, and each new taxon is provided with an illustration for the holotype. A list of identified and accepted species of Helminthosporium with morphology, host information, locality, sequence data, and related refer- ences of Helminthosporium reported worldwide is provided based on records in Species Fungorum 2021. This work provides a micro-fungi database of Haplohelminthosporium, Helminthosporiella, and Helminthosporium which can be modified and validated as new data come to light.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/70130/5342
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