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Volume 1 January 2018 - December 2018 - Index


1. The genus Pseudodidymosphaeria
Thambugala KM, Peršoh D, Perera RH, Hyde KD
Asian Journal of Mycology 1(1), 1–8

2. Ceriporia lacerata (Phanerochaetaceae, Basidiomycota): A new record from Pakistan
Wahab A, Ryvarden L, Pfister DH, Sirajuddin, Khalid AN
Asian Journal of Mycology 1(1), 9–14

3. Small can be beautiful: Ecological trade-offs related to basidiospore size
Halbwachs H, Karasch P, Simmel J
Asian Journal of Mycology 1(1), 15–21

4. A taxonomic guide to the species of Didymium (Didymiaceae, Physarales, Myxomycetes) I. The stipitate species
Clark J, Haskins EF
Asian Journal of Mycology 1(1), 22–62

5. Lecanicillium uredinophilum known from rusts, also occurs on animal hosts with chitinous bodies
Wei DP, Wanasinghe DN, Chaiwat TA, Hyde KD
Asian Journal of Mycology 1(1), 63–73

6. Characterization of Botrytis cinerea causing grape bunch rot in Chinese vineyards
Jayawardena RS, Zhang W, Li XH, Liu M, Hao YY, Zhao WS, Hyde KD, Liu JH, Yan JY
Asian Journal of Mycology 1(1), 74–87

7. Checklist of microfungi on grasses in Thailand (excluding bambusicolous fungi)
Goonasekara ID, Jayawardene RS, Saichana N, Hyde KD
Asian Journal of Mycology 1(1), 88–105

8. Seed decaying Dothideomycetes in Thailand: Zeloasperisporium pterocarpi sp. nov., (Zeloasperisporiaceae, Zeloasperisporiales) on carpel of Pterocarpus sp. (Fabaceae) seed pod
Jayasiri SC, Hyde KD, Jones EBG, Jianchu Xu, Karunarathna SC
Asian Journal of Mycology 1(1), 106–113

9. Some ecological implications of Agaricomycete phenology
Halbwachs H
Asian Journal of Mycology 1(1), 114–120

10. Amauroderma (Ganodermataceae, Polyporales) – bioactive compounds, beneficial properties and two new records from Laos
Hapuarachchi KK, Karunarathna SC, Phengsintham P, Kakumyan P, Hyde KD, Wen TC
Asian Journal of Mycology 1(1), 121–136

11. Ticodendron incognitum and Neea pittieri associated ectomycorrhizal fungi in Neotropical mountain forest
Põlme S
Asian Journal of Mycology 1(1), 137–145

12. Ecology of Ascomycete genera – A searchable compilation of “Notes on genera: Ascomycota”
Guerreiro MA, Wijayawardene NN, Hyde KD, Peršoh D
Asian Journal of Mycology 1(1), 146–150

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Volume 2 January 2019 - December 2019

16. Arthrinium setostromum (Apiosporaceae, Xylariales), a novel species associated with dead bamboo from Yunnan, China
Jiang HB et al. (2019)

15. Introducing Seriascoma yunnanense sp. nov. (Occultibambusaceae, Pleosporales) based on evidence from morphology and phylogeny
Rathnayaka AR et al. (2019)

14. The genus Neoaquastroma is widely distributed; a taxonomic novelty, N. cylindricum sp. nov. (Parabambusicolaceae, Pleosporales) from Guizhou, China
Samarakoon MC et al. (2019)

13. Morphological characterization, distribution and ecology of four species of Amanita from north-western Himalaya, India
Mehmood T et al. (2019)

12. Morphology and phylogeny of Yunnanomyces phoenicis sp. nov. (Sympoventuriaceae) from Thailand
Zhang SN et al. (2019)

11. Leucodermia guzmaniana sp. nov. (Physciaceae, Lecanorales), a new species from Mexican cloud forest, and a key to Leucodermia in Mexico
Guzmán-Guillermo J et al. (2019)

10. Phylogenetic and morphological appraisal of Diatrype lijiangensis sp. nov. (Diatrypaceae, Xylariales) from China
Thiyagaraja V et al. (2019)

9. The first report of Daldinia eschscholtzii as an endophyte from leaves of Musa sp. (Musaceae) in Thailand
Samarakoon SMBC et al. (2019)

About Asian Journal of Mycology

Asian Journal of Mycology publishes reviews, research articles, methodology papers, taxonomic works such as monographs, and checklists which are relevant to fungal biology, including lichens. The official journal language is English.

All manuscripts will undergo peer review before acceptance. Asian Journal of Mycology will publish each manuscript as quickly as possible following acceptance by the editors.

Asian Journal of Mycology

Asian Journal of Mycology

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  • Email:
    asianjournalofmycology@gmail.com
  • Address:
    Center of Excellence in Fungal Research
    Mae Fah Luang University,
    333 Moo 1 Thasud
    Muang Chiangrai 57100
    Thailand