Ambrosiella

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Ambrosiella

Brader ex Arx & Hennebert 1965
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Ambrosiella is a genus of ambrosia fungi within the family Ceratocystidaceae. It was circumscribed by mycologists Josef Adolph von Arx and Grégoire L. Hennebert in 1965 with Ambrosiella xylebori as the type species.[1] All Ambrosiella species are obligate symbionts of ambrosia beetles. Several former species were moved to Raffaelea, Hyalorhinocladiella, or Phialophoropsis [2][3] and there are nine species recognized as of 2017.[3][4][5] One species, Ambrosiella cleistominuta, has been observed to produce a fertile sexual state with cleistothecious ascomata.[5]

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  1. ^ von Arx, J. A.; Hennebert, G. L. (1965). "Deux champignons ambrosia". Mycopathologia et Mycologia Applicata. 25 (3–4): 309–315. doi:10.1007/BF02049918.
  2. ^ Harrington, T.C.; Aghayeva, D.N.; Fraedrich, S.W. (1 January 2010). "New combinations in Raffaelea, Ambrosiella, and Hyalorhinocladiella, and four new species from the redbay ambrosia beetle, Xyleborus glabratus". Mycotaxon. 111 (1): 337–361. doi:10.5248/111.337.
  3. ^ a b Mayers, Chase G.; Mcnew, Douglas L.; Harrington, Thomas C.; Roeper, Richard A.; Fraedrich, Stephen W.; Biedermann, Peter H.W.; Castrillo, Louela A.; Reed, Sharon E. (August 2015). "Three genera in the Ceratocystidaceae are the respective symbionts of three independent lineages of ambrosia beetles with large, complex mycangia". Fungal Biology. doi:10.1016/j.funbio.2015.08.002.
  4. ^ Lin, Yu-Ting; Shih, Hsin-Hui; Hulcr, Jiri; Lin, Ching-Shan; Lu, Sheng-Shan; Chen, Chi-Yu (April 2017). "Ambrosiella in Taiwan including one new species". Mycoscience. doi:10.1016/j.myc.2017.02.004.
  5. ^ a b Mayers, Chase G.; Harrington, Thomas C.; Ranger, Christopher M. (May 2017). "First report of a sexual state in an ambrosia fungus: Ambrosiella cleistominuta sp. nov. associated with the ambrosia beetle Anisandrus maiche". Botany. 95 (5): 503–512. doi:10.1139/cjb-2016-0297.

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Ambrosiella in Index Fungorum