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Fresh Water Fungi from Pachmarhi (Madhya Pradesh)

Suhas A. Chaudhari*, Patil V. R.

Abstract


The present paper deals with four species of fungi encountered on submerged woody debris in freshwater habitats. Among them Trinacrium subtile Riess Varicosporium elodeae W. Kegel. Canalisporium pallidum Goh et al., and Delortia palmicola Pat. are new records for the fungi of India Chen et al., Sporoschisma saccadoi Mason and Hughes, and Sporoschisma uniseptatum Bhat and Kendrick are being recorded for the first time from Maharashtra state. The data provides information on the distribution of these fungi in India, apart from their description and illustrations.

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Freshwater; Hyphomycetes submerged wood

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