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Camposporium antennatum

Camposporium antennatum Harkn.

Index Fungorum number: IF 213372


Description from Harkness (1884) on decaying bark of Eucalyptus globulus:


Hypha setae, flexuous brown; spores 1–2, cylindrical, pale olive-brown, 7–13-septare, attached to the apical angles of the hypha by filiform spiral pedicels; ultimate cells hyaline, the upper one bearing 2, sometimes 1 or 3, filiform setae 1/3–1/2 as long as the spore. 70–94 × 10 um.


Freshwater distribution: Hungary (Rajashekhar and Kaveriappa 2003)


Record #7369

Fig 1. Camposporium antennatum. Conidiophores and conidia. (


Record #7370

Fig 2. Camposporium antennatum. Conidiophores and conidia. (



Harkness H. W. (1884) New species of California fungi. Bull South Calif Acad Sci 1:29–47

Rajashekhar M, Kaveriappa KM (2003) Diversity of aquatic hyphomycetes in the aquatic ecosystems of the Western Ghats of India. Hydrobiologia 501:167–177.


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