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Tribonema viride xanthophyta on cultivated grassland during winter and spring






Acta Botanica Islandica (7): 27-30

Tribonema viride xanthophyta on cultivated grassland during winter and spring

A yellow-green alga, T. viride Pascher, was detected on several grass fields in northern Iceland after the meltwater runoff. When the fields dried out the filaments were left white and bleached, entangled with the grass leaves. Four species of saprophytic fungi are reported, isolated from the samples of the alga. [The fungi are Chaetomium cochliodes, Cladosporium cladosporioides, Cylindrocarpon tenue and Paecilomyces lilacinus.].


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