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  • Title
    Meliolales of India - Volume III
    Type
    Journal Article
    Description
    This work, is the continuation of my preceding two works on Meliolales of India, gives an account of 123 fungal species belonging to five genera, Amazonia (3), Appendiculella (1), Asteridiella (22), Ectendomeliola (1), Irenopsis (8) and Meliola (88), infecting 120 host plants belonging to 49 families. Generic key, digital formula, synoptic key to the species is provided. In the key, all the species are arranged under their alphabetically arranged host families. Description of the individual species is provided with the citation, detailed description, materials examined and their details including their herbarium details. Each species is supplemented with line drawings. Host and the species index is provided at the end. This work includes five new species: Meliola arippaensis, M. calycopteridis, M. cariappae, M. harpullicola and M. mutabilidis; a new variety: Irenopsis hiptages Yamam. Var. indica and two new names: Asteridiella micheliifolia (based on A. micheliae) and Meliola strombosiicola (based on Meliola strombosiae)
    Attribution
    Hosagoudar V.B. (2013). Journal of Threatened Taxa 6(5) pp. 3993-4068; doi:10.11609/JoTT.o3307.3993-4068
  • Title
    Two new Asteridiella species from Tamil Nadu, India
    Type
    Journal Article
    Description
    Asteridiella kodaikanalensis and Asteridiella shenbaganurensis are the two new species infecting the leaves of Symplocos anamallayana, an endemic plant of the Western Ghats, in the Shenbaganur forest near Kodaikanal in Tamil Nadu. Both are described and illustrated in detail.
    Attribution
    Hosagoudar V.B., Ravikumar K., Archana G.R. (2009). Journal of Threatened Taxa 8(1) pp. 434-436; doi:10.11609/JoTT.o2060.434-6