Diversity of Dematiaceous Freshwater Hyphomycetes from Dang Forest of Gujrat, India

S. Y. Patil *

P. G. Department of Botany, S. S. V. P. S. L. K. Dr. P. R. Ghogrey Science College, Dhule- 424005, Maharashtra, India.

C. M. Pawara

S. P. D. M. College, Shirpur, District Dhule, Maharashtra, India.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

Hyphomycetes paly significant role in freshwater ecosystem. Dang district is located in the south eastern part  Gujarat state of western India. Dang has an area of 1,764 km². Present paper deals with 6 species of submerged freshwater hyphomycetes belonging to 5 genera viz. Aquapteridospora bambusinum Bao, Dictyosporella aquatica Abdel Aziz, Pseudoberkleasmium chiangmaiense Lu and Hyde, Sporidesmium nujiangense Bao, Su, Hyde and Luo, Vamsapriya aquatica Bao, Su, Hyde and Luo and Vamsapriya indica Gawas and Bhat. The survey was conducted in winter season of 2019.

Keywords: Dematiaceous hyphomycetes, Vamsapriya, Dang-forest


How to Cite

Patil , S. Y., & Pawara , C. M. (2024). Diversity of Dematiaceous Freshwater Hyphomycetes from Dang Forest of Gujrat, India. Asian Journal of Biology, 20(6), 17–20. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajob/2024/v20i6411

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