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|Title:||Succession of fungi on wood of Avicennia alba and A. lanata in Singapore|
|Authors:||Tan, T.K. |
|Source:||Tan, T.K.,Leong, W.F.,Jones, E.B.G. (1989). Succession of fungi on wood of Avicennia alba and A. lanata in Singapore. Canadian Journal of Botany 67 (9) : 2686-2691. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Randomly collected wood of mangroves Avicennia alba and A. lanata submerged for 60 wk were investigated for marine fungi. Very frequent species on the random samples were Halosarpheia retorquens and Lignincola laevis and on the submerged wood blocks were Didymosphaeria enalia, Lignincola laevis, Lulworthia sp. 1, Aigialus parvus, Aniptodera marina, Halocyphina villosa, and Ascomycete No. 25. The fungi growing on the wood blocks showed a pattern of succession, with L. laevis as an early colonizer, D. enalia and Lulworthia sp. 1 intermediate colonizers, and A. parvus a late colonizer. -from Authors|
|Source Title:||Canadian Journal of Botany|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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