Coryneliales

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Coryneliales
Caliciopsis pinea.jpg
Caliciopsis pinea on Pinus taeda
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Coryneliales

Seaver & Chardón (1926)
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Coryneliaceae
Eremascaceae

The Coryneliales are an order of ascomycetous fungi within the class Eurotiomycetes and within the subdivision Pezizomycotina. Species in this order are found almost exclusively in the tropics, primarily as a pathogen on the gymnosperm Podocarpus, although it has been found on other plants like the Southern Hemisphere beech Nothofagus, and Drimys.[1] The order was circumscribed by Fred Jay Seaver and Carlos E. Chardón in 1924.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Blackwell M, Alexopoulos CJ, Mims CW (1996). Introductory mycology. New York, New York: Wiley. p. 439. ISBN 0-471-52229-5.
  2. ^ Seaver FJ (1926). "Botany of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Mycology". Scientific Survey of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands. 8 (1): 1–208 (see p.&nbsp, 40).