Phylum:Anamorphic fungi >> Class: Anamorphic fungi >>  Order: Anamorphic fungi 
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 Scientific Name: Spegazzinia sundara

Spegazzinia sundara Subramenian, J. Indian bot. Soc. 35: 76-78. 1956.

 Description: Colonies diameter on Oat Meal Agar larger than 60 mm in 62 days at 25°C, effuse, velvety, subhyaline to pale yellowish white, black when sporulation; reverse subhyaline, with black spot scattered. Mycelium mostly immersed, composed of branched, smowtimes fasiculate, septate, smooth, subhyaline to pale yellowish, 1.4-5.2 μm wide hyphae. Conidiophores basauxic, macronematous, mononematous, arising from conidiophore mother cells, simple, narrow, tappering towards the base, straight to flexuous or sinuous, verruculose to verrucose, pale brown to black brown, 12.0-53.6 μm wide at the broadest. Conidiogenous cells monoblastic; Conidiophore mother cells U-form or cupulate, lateral, pale brown to brown, smooth to verruculose, 4.8-8.4 × 3.8-5.6 μm. Conidia with two kinds: a conidia 4-celled, brown to black brown, 18.0-29.6 × 20.4-39.2 μm, with conspicuously spines scattered, up to 9.6 μm long, 2.4 μm wide; b conida 4-celled, subglobose, flattened in one plane, crossed septate, smooth to verrucose, with angulate scattered, pale brown to dark brown, 16.0-20.0 × 15.6-19.6 μm, up to 9.2 μm thick.

Taiwan, Taipei city, on air, 26 Nov. 1992, TNTU 1031.

 Habitat: on air.

India, Taiwan.


Chen, JL and Tzean, SS. 2000.


S. S. Tzean and J. L. Chen

 Note: rare species.