Volume 3 - 2020 - Index


1. Partial mutual exclusion of ectomycorrhizal and saprobic fungi in a tropical seasonal rainforest
Ediriweera AN, Karunarathna SC, Xu J, Hyde KD, Mortimer PE, Schaefer DA
Asian Journal of Mycology 3(1), 1–12

2. https://sordariomycetes.org/, a platform for the identification, ranking and classification of taxa within Sordariomycetes
Bundhun D, Maharachchikumbura SSN, Jeewon R, Senanayake IC, Jayawardena RS, Hongsanan S, Samarakoon MC, Dayarathne MC, Huang SK, Perera RH, Jing Y, Hyde KD
Asian Journal of Mycology 3(1), 13–21

3. AJOM new records and collections of fungi: 1–100
Hyde KD, de Silva NI, Jeewon R, Bhat DJ, Phookamsak R, Doilom M, Boonmee S, Jayawardena RS, Maharachchikumbura SSN, Senanayake IC, Manawasinghe IS, Liu NG, Abeywickrama PD, Chaiwan N, Karunarathna A, Pem D, Lin CG, Sysouphanthong P, Luo ZL, Wei DP, Wanasinghe DN, Norphanphoun C, Tennakoon DS, Samarakoon MC, Jayasiri SC, Jiang HB, Zeng XY, Li JF, Wijesinghe SN, Devadatha B, Goonasekara ID, Brahmanage RS, Yang EF, Aluthmuhandiram JVS, Dayarathne MC, Marasinghe DS, Li WJ, Dissanayake LS, Dong W, Huanraluek N, Lumyong S, Liu JK, Karunarathna SC, Jones EBG, Al-Sadi AM, Xu JC, Harishchandra D, Sarma VV
Asian Journal of Mycology 3(1), 22–294

4. Morphology and multigene phylogeny reveal a new species and a new record of Rhytidhysteron (Dothideomycetes, Ascomycota) from China
De Silva NI, Tennakoon DS, Thambugala KM, Karunarathna SC, Lumyong S, Hyde KD
Asian Journal of Mycology 3(1), 295–306

5. New host record of Nothophoma quercina (Didymellaceae, Pleosporales) from Ulmus minor × Ulmus pumila in Russia
Chaiwan N, Manawasinghe IS, Doilom M, Bulgakov TS, Karunarathna SC, Hyde KD, Jayawardena RS
Asian Journal of Mycology 3(1), 307–315

6. Protocol development in sampling foliicolous lichens in varying leaf areas
Paguirigan JAG, Bagaoisan JB, Chan AB, Matalicia SJB, Villanueva CKG
Asian Journal of Mycology 3(1), 316–324

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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