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Balansia pilulaeformis, an Epiphytic Species
Author(s): K. Clay and I. C. Frentz
Article Topic(s): Fungi
Research Setting(s): Laboratory
Species Referenced: Chasmanthium laxum (Slender woodoats),
AbstractThe fungus Balansia pilulaeformis was found to grow epiphytically, not endophytically, on specimens of Chasmanthium laxum, Cenchrus echinatus and Oryza sativa.
Suggested CitationK. Clay and I. C. Frentz. "Balansia pilulaeformis, an Epiphytic Species." Mycologia 85.4 (1993): 527-534.