Foliicolous fungi of Silent Valley National Park, Kerala, India

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V.B. Hosagoudar
M.C. Raju

Abstract

The work is the result of the foliicolous fungal collections made in the Silent Valley National Park, Palghat, Kerala, since 1985, resulted in recording 139 fungal taxa belonging to 30 fungal genera: Acremoniula (1), Acrodictys (1), Amazonia (3), Aphanopeltis (1), Armatella (4), Asteridiella (12), Asterina (32), Asterostomella (2), Asterostomula (1), Balladyna (2), Didymopsorella (1), Diplococcium (1), Dysrhynchis (1), Echidnodella (1), Endophyllum (1), Eupelte (1), Irenopsis (1), Leptosphaerulina (1), Meliola (47), Meliolina (1), Oidium (1), Palawaniella (1), Phakopsora (1), Prataprajella (1), Prillieuxina (1), Puccinia (1), Sarcinella (3), Schiffnerula (4), Spiropes (2) and Teratosperma (1), infected 138 plants belonging to 55 host families. The description of all these taxa are provided with illustrations. This area is the type locality for several fungal taxa.

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Hosagoudar, V. and Raju, M. 2013. Foliicolous fungi of Silent Valley National Park, Kerala, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa. 5, 3 (Mar. 2013), 3701–3788. DOI:https://doi.org/10.11609/JoTT.o3302.01-88.
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