Volume 4 - 2019 - Index

1. The soil fungi producing siderophores of Mt. Yangbew, Tawang, La Trinidad, Benguet
Hipol RM, Baldelomar JA, Bolinget KC, Solis AFF
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 1–13

2. Geastrum echinulatum and G. rusticum (Geastraceae, Basidiomycota) – two new records for Central America
Freitas-Neto JF, Sousa JO, Ovrebo CL, Baseia IG
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 14–20

3. Phillipsia olivacea: an uncommon Neotropical discomycete discovered in the Brazilian semiarid
Lopes-Lima AB, Valões-Araújo JC, Wartchow F
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 21–25

4. Molecular identification of some wild medicinal macrofungi from Northern Iran
Alimadadi N, Pourianfar HR, Amoozegar MA, Zabihi SS, Mahdizadeh V, Shahzadeh Fazeli SA
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 26–36

5. First record of Capnodium berberidis from India
Gautam AK, Avasthi S
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 37–42

6. Foliose lichens along the trails of Casaroro Falls and Pulangbato Falls in Valencia, Negros Oriental, Philippines
Paguirigan JAG, Bernal KD, Dayto CGA, Ramos MED, Vigo GDS, dela Cruz TEE
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 43–49

7. Paoayensis aquatica sp. nov. (Ascomycetes) on submerged wood from the River Tapti, Maharashtra, India
Borse BD, Pawar NS
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 50–53

8. Boletellus nordestinus (Boletaceae, Boletales), a new species from Northeastern Atlantic Forest, Brazil
Magnago AC, Neves MA, Silveira RMB
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 54–60

9. Wild Mushrooms of Nagaland, India – An Important Bioresource
Ao T, Deb CR
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 61–78

10. Macrofungal assemblage with two tree species in scrub jungles of south-west India
Jagadish BR, Sridhar KR, Dattaraj HR
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 79–89

11. Geastrum hyalinum (Basidiomycota, Geastraceae), a new species from Brazilian Southern Amazon
Assis NM, Freitas-Neto JF, Sousa JO, Barbosa FR, Baseia IG
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 90–96

12. New record of mangrove lichens from Andhra Pradesh and Orissa states of India
Vinay Bharadwaj T
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 97–100

13. Growth characteristics and pathogenic consequences of predominant entomopathogenic Yukon soil fungi Mortierella alpina and Penicillium expansum, and effectiveness of Met52®, against larvae of the winter tick, Dermacentor albipictus
Yoder JA, Krieger M, Oakley M, Trotter J, Schmelzer P, Niksic A, Rodell BM, Klever LA
Studies in Fungi 4(4), 101–110

14. The biotechnological potential of using mono– and co–cultures of Aspergillus niger van Tieghem and Trichoderma viride Pers ex Fr. to enhance the protein content of cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) peels by solid substrate fermentation
Yafetto L, Odamtten GT, Adu SK, Ekloh E
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 111–122

15. Entomopathogenic fungi isolated from Yukon soil against unfed larvae of the winter tick, Dermacentor albipictus
Dobrotka CJ, Krieger M, Oakley M, Trotter, J, Rodell BM, Stein KL, Klever LA, Fisher KA, Yoder JA
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 123–134

16. Morphological description and new record of Panaeolus acuminatus (Agaricales) in Brazil
Xavier MD, Silva-Filho AGS, Baseia IG, Wartchow F
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 135–141

17. New records of Hypoxylon hypomiltum and Hypomontagnella monticulosa from Pilikuththuwa lowland wet zone forest, Sri Lanka
Palapathwala PLES, Daranagama DA, Abeywickrama K, Kannangara BTSDP
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 142–152

18. Cultivable yeasts associated with demosponges from Puerto Rico
Rosado-Rodríguez G, Sánchez-Martínez E, Maldonado-Ramírez SL, Otero E
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 153–161

19. Phallales (Agaricomycetes, Fungi) from Southern Brazil
Trierveiler-Pereira L, Meijer AAR, Silveira RMB
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 162–184

20. Notes on the genus Arrhenia (I): Arrhenia pontevedrana, sp. nov. and A. subglobisemen (Agaricales, Basidiomycota), from the northwest of the Iberian Peninsula
Blanco-Dios JB
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 185–191

21. Morphological and molecular characterization of culturable leaf endophytic fungi from Malabar Spinach: The first report
Moutusi S, Buela Parivallal P, Prasannakumar MK, Kiranmayee P
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 192–204

22. An updated checklist of macrofungi of Vivara island (gulf of Naples – Italy)
Lubrano Lavadera A, Mazzella V, D’Antonio C
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 205–215

23. Paracremonium moubasheri, a new species from an alkaline sediment of Lake Hamra in Wadi-El-Natron, Egypt with a key to the accepted species
Al-Bedak OA, Ismail MA, Mohamed RA
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 216–222

24. Effect of extraction method on Mycochemicals and Proximate composition of Pyrrhoderma noxium (Corner) L.W. Zhou & Y.C. Dai, (Hymenochaetales, Basidiomycota)
Nagadesi PK, Babu ND, Suneetha NN, Prasad KSM, Devi PP
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 223–229

25. Two new additions to mycoflora (Hyphomycetes) of India
Verma RK, Prasher IB, Sushma, Gautam AK
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 230–243

26. Single inoculation with an AM Fungus enhanced growth of Phyllanthus emblica compared to its co-inoculation with plant growth promoting rhizomicroorganisms
Nikhil N, Ashwin R, Harinikumar KM, Bagyaraj DJ
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 244–252

27. Morphological and molecular identification of Panus conchatus (Polyporaceae, Polyporales) from Yunnan Province, China
Luangharn T, Karunarathna SC, Mortimer PE, Hyde KD, Xu J
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 253–262

28. Occurrence of manglicolous lichens in Calabarzon, Philippines
Lucban MC, Paguirigan JAG
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 263–273

29. Morphology and phylogeny of root-endophytic fungus Periconia igniaria
D’Souza MA, Rana S, Singh SK
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 274–281

30. Comparative study of protein pattern changes and mineral composition in cultivated and newly domesticated wild Flammulina velutipes
Hashemian SM, Pourianfar HR, Rezaeian S-H
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 282–291

31. Carboxylesterase activity of filamentous soil fungi from a potato plantation in Mankayan, Benguet
Poncian M, Beray BJW, Dadulla HCP, Hipol RM
Studies in Fungi 4(1), 292–303

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Studies In Fungi publishes reviews, research articles, methodology papers, taxonomic works such as monographs, and checklists which are relevant to fungal biology, including lichens. The official journal language is English.

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