Original Research

New and Interesting Records of South African Fungi, Part VI

G. C. A. van der Westhuizen, K. T. van Warmelo
Bothalia | Vol 10, No 1 | a1522 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/abc.v10i1.1522 | © 1969 G. C. A. van der Westhuizen, K. T. van Warmelo | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 14 November 1969 | Published: 14 November 1969

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G. C. A. van der Westhuizen, Plant Protection Research Institute, South Africa
K. T. van Warmelo, Plant Protection Research Institute, South Africa

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Six species of fungi, recorded for the first time in South Africa, are described. The species are Gelasinospora cerealis Dowding from roots of  Eucalyptus saligna; Spegazzinia tessarthra (B. & C.) Saccardo from  Zea mays; Melampsora larici-populina Klebahn from  Populus deltoides; Saccobolus depauperatus (Berk. & Hr.) Phill. from horse dung;  Humicola stellata Bunce from grass hay and  Chaetomium cochliodes Palliser from garden soil.


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