Archives of Microbiology

, Volume 98, Issue 1, pp 365–369 | Cite as

Revision der thermophilen Sporotrichum-Arten: Chrysosporium thermophilum (Apinis) comb. nov. und Chrysosporium fergusii spec. nov. = status conidialis von Corynascus thermophilus (Fergus und Sinden) comb. nov.

  • Agnes von Klopotek
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Revision of thermophilic Sporotrichum species: Chrysosporium thermophilum (Apinis) comb. nov. and Chrysosporium fergusii spec. nov. = status conidialis of Corynascus thermophilus fergus and (sinden) comb. nov.

Abstract

Recent observations lead to a revision of the taxonomic position of some thermophilic fungi. The genus Sporotrichum Link ex Fr. is a basidiomycete. Sporotrichum thermophilum Apinis is proposed to belong to the genus Chrysosporium Corda. Thielavia thermophila Fergus and Sinden is a member of the genus Corynascus Arx. Its conidial state is redescribed for which it is named Chrysosporium fergusii.

Key words

Thermophilic Fungi Nomenclature Sporotrichum Link ex Fr. Chrysosporium Corda 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Agnes von Klopotek
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  1. 1.Institut für Landwirtschaftliche Mikrobiologie der Justus Liebig-UniversitätGießen

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