Melanospora parasitica

Syspastospora parasitica

Syspastospora parasitica is a mycoparasitic fungus. It attacks other fungi, particularly species of Beauveria and Isaria (molds that belong to the family Clavicipitaceae). It parasitizes the mycelium of its host by means of specialized contact cells, and produces dark brown, long-necked perithecia.

References

  • Markova, G. 1991. Melanospora parasitica attacking Beauveria bassiana on ash weevil Stereonychus fraxini in Bulgaria. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 58:450-452.
  • Müller-Kögler, E. 1961. Melanospora parasitica Tul. als Parasit der insektenpathogenen Beauveria tenella (Delacr.) Siem. Zeitschrift für Pflanzenkrankheiten 68:600-605.
  • Petch, T. 1931. Notes on entomogenous fungi. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 16:55-75.
  • Posada, F., F. E. Vega, S. A. Rehner, M. Blackwell, D. Weber, S.-O. Suh, and R. A. Humber. 2004. Syspastospora parasitica, a mycoparasite of the fungus Beauveria bassiana attacking the Colorado potato beetle Leptinotarsa decemlineata: A tritrophic association. Journal of Insect Science 4:24.

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