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“…Moreover, this is the first record of the genus Perichaena in the Pantanal biome. Previous records of P. corticalis in Brazil were, until then, in the northeast region, on vegetal substrates (Cavalcanti et al 2016). Records as fimicolous were reported in Algeria, Australia, Chile, China, Congo, Croatia, France, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Madagascar, Mongolia, Oman, Russia, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Tanzania, and USA (Calaça et al 2020); therefore, this is the first record of the species as fimicolous for Brazil.…”
Section: Descriptionmentioning
confidence: 56%
“…Moreover, this is the first record of the genus Perichaena in the Pantanal biome. Previous records of P. corticalis in Brazil were, until then, in the northeast region, on vegetal substrates (Cavalcanti et al 2016). Records as fimicolous were reported in Algeria, Australia, Chile, China, Congo, Croatia, France, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Madagascar, Mongolia, Oman, Russia, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Tanzania, and USA (Calaça et al 2020); therefore, this is the first record of the species as fimicolous for Brazil.…”
Section: Descriptionmentioning
confidence: 56%
“…Perichaena calongei was reported in Brazil for the first time by Araujo et al (2015), who obtained it from moist chamber culture mounted with dead leaves and bark of living trees from Cerrado in the state of Goiás. This species was recorded for the first time in the Northeast Region in Ombrophilous Dense Submontane Forest of the Atlantic Forest in the state of Bahia, by moist-chamber culture mounted with lianas collected at Private Reserve of Natural Heritage (RPPN) Serra do Teimoso and, subsequently, at CEPE in Restinga of RPPN Mata Estrela in the state of Rio Grande do Norte (Cavalcanti et al 2016).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Studies focusing on the corticolous myxobiota of Brazil were initiated by Cavalcanti (1974), who recorded 20 species on the bark of 300 trees of the Cerrado biome, of which 13 taxa were obtained through moist-chamber culture. listed ten species found on 20 specimens of Terminalia cattapa (Combretaceae), during 12 months of study in urban environments in Recife, Pernambuco.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%