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Arcispora Marvanová & Bärl. 1998, in Marvanová & Bärlocher, Mycologia, 90(3), 531-536 (1998).

Etymology: The word arcus (Lat., = bow) refers to the shape of the conidial axis resembling an ancient bow.

Diagnosis: Hyphomycete genus with basidiomycetous affinity. Hyphae branched, septate, septa clamped. Conidiophores filiform, with sympodial elongations. Conidia consisting of one axis and two lateral branches. Axis typically uniseptate, septum clamped. Branches parallel, clamped at the base. Conidial ends with extensions.

Index Fungorum Number: IF27795

Type species: Arcispora bisagittaria Marvanová & Bärl. 1998, in Marvanová & Bärlocher, Mycologia, 90(3), 531-536 (1998).


Arcispora bisagittaria Marvanová & Bärl. 1998


Marvanová, L., & Bärlocher, F. (1998). Hyphomycetes from Canadian streams. III. Arcispora bisagittaria anam. gen. and sp. nov. Mycologia, 90(3), 531-536.


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