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Keys to the identification of the arthropod pathogenic genera of the families Entomophthoraceae and Neozygitaceae (Zygomycetes), with descriptions of three new subfamilies and a new genus

Keller, S. & O. Petrini (2005). Keys to the identification of the arthropod pathogenic genera of the families Entomophthoraceae and Neozygitaceae (Zygomycetes), with descriptions of three new subfamilies and a new genus.

Sydowia 57 (1): 23-53.

The family Entomophthoraceae is subdivided into three subfamilies. The Entomophthoroideae subfam. nov. is characterised by conidia which are produced on conidiophores and forcibly projected. The conidiophores are unbranched and the conidia bi- to multinucleate. The Erynioideae subfam. nov. is also characterised by conidia which are produced on conidiophores and are forcibly projected, but the conidiophores are branched and the conidia are mononucleate. The Massosporoideae subfam. nov. has conidia produced in chambers within a mycelial mass and are passively detached. A new genus, Apterivorax sp. nov. is described in the family Neozygitaceae. It comprises species which neither have capilliconidia nor resting spores. Keys to the subfamilies and to the genera as well as lists of genera and species belonging to the two families are provided.

Key words: Entomophthoraceae, Neozygitaceae, Entomophthoroideae, Erynioideae, Massosporoideae, Apterivorax, new taxa, identification keys, species list.

 

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