Observation 56017: Purpureocillium Luangsa-ard, Hywel-Jones, Houbraken & Samson
When: 2010-10-19
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Penicillium growing on a stromata of Cordyceps.

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Based on microscopic features
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28% (1)
Recognized by sight: When collected in Thailand, specimens are found in soil, usually solitary, and occur on cydnid bugs (Cydnidae, Hemiptera) and nematodes, having “yellowish to brownish synnemata, ranging from 15-60 mm long, 0.5-2 mm in diam” and bear “pink to purple conidia.” The taxon was transfered from Penicillium lilacinum to Paecilomyces, but “recent molecular work has shown that P. lilacinus is not related to the genus Paecilomyces sensu stricto.”
Used references: Hywel-Jones, Nigel et al. Atlas of Invertebrate-Pathogenic Fungi of Thailand Vol. 1. Thailand: BIOTEC/NSTDA, 2007. Print. pp. 70-71
28% (1)
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the various species
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2016-04-23 10:43:26 PDT (-0700)

of Nomuraea and Isaria with purple conidia will all soon belong to Purpureocilium.

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