Bambusaria bambusae (J.N. Kapoor & H.S. Gill) Jaklitsch, D.Q. Dai, K.D. Hyde & Voglmayr, Fungal Diversity 73: 196 (2015).
Material examined: THAILAND, Chiang Rai, Mae Fah Luang University, on dead culms of bamboo, 1 August 2011, Dong-Qin Dai, DDQ0097 (MFLU 15–1192); Doi Pui, 1 September 2011, Dong-Qin Dai, DDQ00109 (MFLU 15– 1194).
Notes: The monotypic genus Bambusaria was introduced by Jaklitsch et al. (2015) and is typified by B. bambusae (J.N. Kapoor & H.S. Gill) Jaklitsch, D.Q. Dai, K.D. Hyde (basionym: Valsaria bambusae J.N. Kapoor & H.S. Gill). Bambusaria bambusae was originally isolated from bamboo in India by Kapoor and Gill (1961). The same species was recollected on Thyrsostachys siamensis (Bambuseae) and published in Jaklitsch et al. (2015). In the present study, this species is re-illustrated based on new collections (sexual and asexual morph specimens).
FIG Bambusaria bambusae (MFLU 15–1192). a ascostromata on bamboo. b Vertical section of ascostroma. c Ostiole of locule. d Peridium of ascostroma and locule. e–h Asci. i Pseudoparaphyses. j Ascospores with striations. k Germinating ascospore. l, m Culture on PDA. Scale bars: b, c = 50 μm, d–h = 10 μm, i–k=5 μm
FIG Bambusaria bambusae (MFLU 15–1194). a Conidiomata on bamboo. b Vertical section of conidioma. c Conidiolocules. d Wall of conidiolocules. e, f Conidiogenous cells and conidia. g Conidia h Germinating conidium. i, j Cultures on PDA. Scale bars: a = 1 mm, b = 50 μm, c–e = 10 μm, f–h=5 μm