Volume 7 Issue 3
2. Glomus herrerae, a new sporocarpic species of Glomeromycetes from Cuba
Torres-Arias et al. (2017)
1. Wheat flour, an inexpensive medium for in vitro cultivation of coprophilous fungus Coprinopsis cinerea
Mohankumar and Savitha (2017)
Volume 7 Issue 2
9. Poorly known Kabatia species causing leaf spots disease on honeysuckle in Kazakhstan
Rakhimova et al. (2017)
8. A checklist of macrofungi of Gorakhpur District, U.P. India
Vishwakarma et al. (2017)
5. Characterization data sheet for the genus Auricularia
González and Maldonado (2017)
4. Aspergillus homomorphus, a first global record from millet grains
Nemmat et al. (2017)
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