Qi-Rui Li1,2,3, *, Ji-Chuan Kang2
1The Department of Pharmacognosy (The State Key Laboratory of Functions and Applications of Medicinal Plants, The High Efficacy Application of Natural Medicinal Resources Engineering Center of Guizhou Province, The Key Laboratory of Optimal Utilization of Natural Medicine Resources), School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Guizhou Medical University, University Town, Guian New District, Guizhou 550025, People’s Republic of China. 2The Engineering and Research Center for Southwest Bio-Pharmaceutical Resources of National Education Ministry of China, Guizhou University, Guizhou 550025, People’s Republic of China. 3Department of Pharmacology of Materia Medical (The High Educational Key Laboratory of Guizhou Province for Natural Medicinal Pharmacology and Drug Ability, The Union Key Laboratory of Guiyang City-Guizhou Medical University), School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Guizhou Medical University, University Town, Guian New District, Guizhou 550025, People’s Republic of China. *Correspondence author, email: [email protected].com
An induratia–like fungus was collected in Thailand from a deadwood piece of an unidentified plant. Phylogenetic analyses based on ITS, LSU, rpb2, and β-tubulin sequence data and morphological characteristics showed that the fungus is Induratia coffeana. Induratia coffeana differs from I. ziziphi, I. thailandica and I. apiospora by its 2–celled ascospores with equal divisions. Full description, illustrations, and a phylogenetic tree to show the placement of I. coffeana are provided. Induratia coffeana is reported herein as a new record for Thailand based on its sexual morph.
Li Q-R, Kang J-C (2022) The sexual morph of Induratia coffeana, a new record from Thailand. MycoAsia 2022/09.
Received: 22.06.2022 | Accepted: 29.08.2022 | Published: 19.10.2022 | Handling Editor: Dr. Nalin N. Wijayawardene | Reviewers: Dr. Milan C. Samarakoon, Dr. Chada Norphanphoun