Volume 6 - 2021
10. Cyathus striatus: a new record from Arunachal Pradesh and a checklist of Bird’s nest fungi in India
Niranjan M, Singh RK (2021)
9. A study of commonly occurring fungal diseases on stored tomatoes of Kathmandu Valley
Shakya B, Aryal HP (2021)
8. A rare medicinal fungus, Lignosus rhinocerus (Polyporales, Agaricomycetes), new to India
Vinjusha N, Arun Kumar TK (2021)
7. Endophytic fungal diversity of endemic carnivorous plant Nepenthes khasiana in Meghalaya, India
Naseem F, Kayang H (2021)
6. Aquatic fungal diversity in two freshwater ecosystems of Madhya Pradesh, India
Mehboob A et al. (2021)
5. New host and geographic records of five pleosporalean hyphomycetes associated with Musa spp. (Banana)
Samarakoon BC et al. (2021)
3. First record of Eutypella vitis causing branch dieback on new host trees in Canada
Ilyukhin E et al. (2021)
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