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Title: Lignicolous marine fungi of Singapore
Authors: Leong, W.F.
Tan, T.K. 
Jones, E.B.G.
Issue Date: 1988
Source: Leong, W.F.,Tan, T.K.,Jones, E.B.G. (1988). Lignicolous marine fungi of Singapore. Canadian Journal of Botany 66 (11) : 2167-2170. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Fourteen lignicolous marine fungi growing on twigs and driftwood are reported, 11 of which are new records for Singapore. The most common fungi were Bathyascus tropicalis, Ceriosporopsis halima and Lulworthia medusa. Other fungi frequently encountered were Papulaspora halima and Periconia prolifica. -Authors
Source Title: Canadian Journal of Botany
ISSN: 00084026
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