Volume 2 January 2017 - December 2017 Issue 1
27. Multi-gene phylogeny of Jattaea bruguierae, a novel asexual morph from Bruguiera cylindrica.
Dayarathne MC et al. (2017)
25. Erratum to: The genus Paracollema validated (Collemataceae, Peltigerales, Lecanoromycetes)
Wedin M et al. (2017)
24. Neohelicosporium fusisporum sp. nov. (Tubeufiaceae) and a first record of a sexual morph within Neohelicosporium
Jayasiri SC et al. (2017)
23. The genus Paracollema validated (Collemataceae, Peltigerales, Lecanoromycetes)
Wedin M et al. (2017)
22. Reniforma rhynchophori sp. nov. (Basidiomycota, Microbotryales) from guts of red palm weevil
Moubasher AH et al. (2017)
21. Phallus fluminensis, a new species of stinkhorn from the Brazilian Atlantic rainforest.
Medeiros GS et al. (2017)
19. Myxomycetes occurring on selected agricultural leaf litter.
Redeña-Santos JC et al. (2017)
18. Incidence of some agarics from the plains of Jammu, India.
Sharma R et al. (2017)
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