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Two rare hyphomycetes fungi from Maharashtra, India

Author Affiliations

  • 1S.P.M. Science and Gilani Arts Commerce College, Ghatanji, Dist. Yavatmal- 445301, MS, India
  • 2Shri. Shivaji Science College Amaravati, Dist. Amaravati- 44603, MS, India

Int. Res. J. Biological Sci., Volume 8, Issue (8), Pages 28-30, August,10 (2019)


The communication include two hyphomycetes fungi from Mahrashtra, India viz, Stachybotrys indicus sp.nov and Volutellavaijapurellasp.nov. The description and illustration of species under study are rare.


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