|Hypomyces papulasporae infecting Trichoglossum fruitbodies|
Rogerson & Samuels (1985)
Hypomyces papulasporae is a parasitic ascomycete in the order Hypocreales. It was described as new to science in 1985. The type collection, made in New Zealand, was found growing on the ascomata of Trichoglossum hirsutum (black earth tongues). H. papulasporae has Sibirina- and Papulaspora-like synanamorphs.
- Rogerson CT, Samuels GJ. (1985). "Species of Hypomyces and Nectria occurring on discomycetes". Mycologia 77 (5): 763–83. doi:10.2307/3793285. http://www.cybertruffle.org.uk/cyberliber/59350/0077/005/0763.htm.
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