Mycoscience

, Volume 36, Issue 4, pp 451–454 | Cite as

A new species ofEupenicillium from marine sediment

  • Seiichi Ueda
Short Communication

Abstract

A new species ofEupenicillium isolated from marine sediment,Eupenicillium limosum, is described and illustrated. This species is characterized by subglobose ascospores with spinulose surface ornamentation and irregular biverticillate penicilli.

Key Words

ascomycete Eupenicillium limosum Japan marine sediment Trichocomaceae 

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© The Mycological Society of Japan 1995

Authors and Affiliations

  • Seiichi Ueda
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  1. 1.Nagasaki Prefectural Institute of Public Health and Environmental SciencesNagasakJapan

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