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001-es BibID:BIBFORM101419
035-os BibID:(cikkazonosító)773423 (WOS)000792598500001 (Scopus)85128874882
Első szerző:Haelewaters, Danny
Cím:Do Biotic and Abiotic Factors Influence the Prevalence of a Common Parasite of the Invasive Alien Ladybird Harmonia axyridis? / Danny Haelewaters, Thomas Hiller, Piotr Ceryngier, René Eschen, Michał Gorczak, Makenna L. Houston, Kamil Kisło, Michal Knapp, Nediljko Landeka, Walter P. Pfliegler, Peter Zach, M. Catherine Aime, Oldrich Nedvĕd
Dátum:2022
ISSN:2296-701X
Megjegyzések:Hesperomyces virescens (Ascomycota, Laboulbeniales), a fungal ectoparasite, is thus far reported on Harmonia axyridis from five continents: North and South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia. While it is known that He. virescens can cause mortality of Ha. axyridis under laboratory conditions, the role of biotic and abiotic factors in influencing the distribution of He. virescens in the field is unknown. We collected and screened 3,568 adult Ha. axyridis from 23 locations in seven countries in Central Europe between October and November 2018 to test the effect of selected host characters and climate and landscape variables on the infection probability with He. virescens. Mean parasite prevalence of He. virescens on Ha. axyridis was 17.9%, ranging among samples from 0 to 46.4%. Host sex, climate, and landscape composition did not have any significant effect on the infection probability of He. virescens on Ha. axyridis. Two color forms, f. conspicua and f. spectabilis, had a significantly lower parasite prevalence compared to the common Ha. axyridis f. novemdecimsignata.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
folyóiratcikk
community ecology
Hesperomyces
Laboulbeniales
parasite prevalence
precipitation
temperature
spatial modeling
agricultural landscape
Megjelenés:Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. - 10 (2022), p. 1-8. -
További szerzők:Hiller, Thomas Ceryngier, Piotr Eschen, René Gorczak, Michał Houston, Makenna L. Kisło, Kamil Knapp, Michał Landeka, Nediljko Pfliegler Valter Péter (1986-) (molekuláris biológus) Zach, Peter Aime, M. Catherine Nedvěd, Oldřich
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM078811
035-os BibID:(cikkazonosító)29
Első szerző:Haelewaters, Danny
Cím:Studies of Laboulbeniales on Myrmica ants (IV) : host-related diversity and thallus distribution patterns of Rickia wasmannii / Danny Haelewaters, Peter Boer, Ferenc Báthori, Zoltán Rádai, Ana Sofia P. S. Reboleira, András Tartally,Walter P. Pfliegler, André De Kesel, Oldřich Nedvěd
Dátum:2019
ISSN:1776-1042 1252-607X
Megjegyzések:Fungal species identities are often based on morphological features, but current molecular phylogenetic and other approaches almost always lead to the discovery of multiple species in single morpho-species. According to the morphological species concept, the ant-parasitic fungus Rickia wasmannii (Ascomycota, Laboulbeniales) is a single species with pan-European distribution and a wide host range. Since its description, it has been reported from ten species of Myrmica (Hymenoptera, Formicidae), of which two belong to the rubra-group and the other eight to the phylogenetically distinct scabrinodis-group. We found evidence for R. wasmannii being a single phylogenetic species using sequence data from two loci. Apparently, the original morphological description (dating back to 1899) represents a single phylogenetic species. Furthermore, the biology and host-parasite interactions of R. wasmannii are not likely to be affected by genetic divergence among different populations of the fungus, implying comparability among studies conducted on members of different ant populations. We found no differences in total thallus number on workers between Myrmica species, but we did observe differences in the pattern of thallus distribution over the body. The locus of infection is the frontal side of the head in Myrmica rubra and M. sabuleti whereas in M. scabrinodis the locus of infection differs between worker ants from Hungary (gaster tergites) and the Netherlands (frontal head). Possible explanations for these observations are differences among host species and among populations of the same species in (i) how ant workers come into contact with the fungus, (ii) grooming efficacy, and (iii) cuticle surface characteristics.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Ant-associated fungi
Laboulbeniomycetes
Molecular evolution
Ribosomal DNA
Thallus density
Megjelenés:Parasite. - 26 (2019), p. 1-17. -
További szerzők:Boer, Peter Báthori Ferenc (1988-) (biológus) Rádai Zoltán (1991-) (biológus) Reboleira, Ana Sofia P. S. Tartally András (1975-) (biológus) Pfliegler Valter Péter (1986-) (molekuláris biológus) De Kesel, André Nedvěd, Oldřich
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM076568
Első szerző:Haelewaters, Danny
Cím:Birth of an order : comprehensive molecular phylogenetic study excludes Herpomyces (Fungi, Laboulbeniomycetes) from Laboulbeniales / Danny Haelewaters, Walter P. Pfliegler, Michał Gorczak, Donald H. Pfister
Dátum:2019
ISSN:1055-7903
Megjegyzések:The class Laboulbeniomycetes comprises biotrophic parasites associated with arthropods and fungi. Two orders are currently recognized, Pyxidiophorales and Laboulbeniales. Herpomyces is an isolated genus of Laboulbeniales, with species that exclusively parasitize cockroaches (Blattodea). Here, we evaluate 39 taxa of Laboulbeniomycetes with a three-locus phylogeny (nrSSU, ITS, nrLSU) and propose a new order in this class. Herpomycetales accommodates a single genus, Herpomyces, with currently 26 species, one of which is described here based on morphological and molecular data. Herpomyces shelfordellae is found on Shelfordella lateralis cockroaches from Hungary, Poland, and the USA. We also build on the six-locus dataset from the Ascomycota Tree of Life paper (Schoch and colleagues, 2009) to confirm that Laboulbeniomycetes and Sordariomycetes are sister classes, and we apply laboulbeniomyceta as a rankless taxon for the now well-resolved node that describes the most recent common ancestor of both classes.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Cockroaches
Ectoparasitic fungi
Laboulbeniomycetes
Phylogeny
Divergence times
Megjelenés:Molecular Phylogenetics And Evolution. - 133 (2019), p. 286-301. -
További szerzők:Pfliegler Valter Péter (1986-) (molekuláris biológus) Gorczak, Michał Pfister, Donald H.
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM067577
Első szerző:Haelewaters, Danny
Cím:Parasites of parasites of bats: Laboulbeniales (Fungi: Ascomycota) on bat flies (Diptera: Nycteribiidae) in central Europe / Danny Haelewaters, Walter P. Pfliegler, Tamara Szentiványi, Mihály Földvári, Attila D. Sándor, Levente Barti, Jasmin J. Camacho, Gerrit Gort, Péter Estók, Thomas Hiller, Carl W. Dick, Donald H. Pfister
Dátum:2017
ISSN:1756-3305
Megjegyzések:Background: Bat flies (Streblidae and Nycteribiidae) are among the most specialized families of the order Diptera.Members of these two related families have an obligate ectoparasitic lifestyle on bats, and they are known diseasevectors for their hosts. However, bat flies have their own ectoparasites: fungi of the order Laboulbeniales. In Europe,members of the Nycteribiidae are parasitized by four species belonging to the genus Arthrorhynchus. We carried out asystematic survey of the distribution and fungus-bat fly associations of the genus in central Europe (Hungary, Romania).Results: We encountered the bat fly Nycteribia pedicularia and the fungus Arthrorhynchus eucampsipodae as newcountry records for Hungary. The following bat-bat fly associations are for the first time reported: Nycteribiakolenatii on Miniopterus schreibersii, Myotis blythii, Myotis capaccinii and Rhinolophus ferrumequinum; Penicillidiaconspicua on Myotis daubentonii; and Phthiridium biarticulatum on Myotis capaccinii. Laboulbeniales infectionswere found on 45 of 1,494 screened bat flies (3.0%). We report two fungal species: Arthrorhynchus eucampsipodaeon Nycteribia schmidlii, and A. nycteribiae on N. schmidlii, Penicillidia conspicua, and P. dufourii. Penicillidia conspicuawas infected with Laboulbeniales most frequently (25%, n = 152), followed by N. schmidlii (3.1%, n = 159) andP. dufourii (2.0%, n = 102). Laboulbeniales seem to prefer female bat fly hosts to males. We think this might bedue to a combination of factors: female bat flies have a longer life span, while during pregnancy female bat fliesare significantly larger than males and accumulate an excess of fat reserves. Finally, ribosomal DNA sequencesfor A. nycteribiae are presented.Conclusions: We screened ectoparasitic bat flies from Hungary and Romania for the presence of ectoparasiticLaboulbeniales fungi. Arthrorhynchus eucampsipodae and A. nycteribiae were found on three species of bat flies.This study extends geographical and host ranges of both bat flies and Laboulbeniales fungi. The sequence datagenerated in this work contribute to molecular phylogenetic studies of the order Laboulbeniales. Our surveyshows a complex network of bats, bat flies and Laboulbeniales fungi, of which the hyperparasitic fungi are rareand species-poor. Their host insects, on the other hand, are relatively abundant and diverse.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Megjelenés:Parasites & Vectors 10 : 96 (2017), p. 1-14. -
További szerzők:Pfliegler Valter Péter (1986-) (molekuláris biológus) Szentiványi Tamara Földvári Mihály (1974-) (ökológus) Sándor Attila D. Barti Levente Camacho, Jasmin J. Gort, Gerrit Estók Péter Hiller, Thomas Dick, Carl W. Pfister, Donald H.
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM065869
Első szerző:Haelewaters, Danny
Cím:Parasites of Harmonia axyridis: current research and perspectives / Danny Haelewaters, Serena Y. Zhao, Susana Clusella-Trullas, Ted E. Cottrell, André De Kesel, Lukáš Fiedler, Annette Herz, Helen Hesketh, Cang HuiRegina G. Kleespies, John E. Losey, Ingrid A. Minnaar, Katie M. Murray, Oldřich Nedvěd, Walter P. Pfliegler, C. Lidwien Raak-van den BergEric W. Riddick, David I. Shapiro-Ilan, Rebecca R. Smyth, Tove Steenberg, Paul S. van Wielink, Sandra Viglášová, Zihua Zhao, Piotr Ceryngier, Helen E. Roy
Dátum:2017
ISSN:1386-6141 1573-8248
Megjegyzések:Harmonia axyridis (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) has been introduced widely for biological control of agricultural pests. Harmonia axyridis has established in four continents outside of its native range in Asia and it is considered an invasive alien species (IAS). Despite a large body of work on invasion ecology, establishment mechanisms of IAS and their interactions with natural enemies remain open questions. Parasites, defined as multicellular organisms that do not directly kill the host, could potentially play an important role in regulating host populations. This study presents a review of the parasites of H. axyridis, discussing their distributions and effects on host populations across the host's native and invasive range. These parasites are: Hesperomyces virescens Thaxt. fungi, Coccipolipus hippodamiae (McDaniel and Morrill) mites, and Parasitylenchus bifurcatus Poinar and Steenberg nematodes.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Megjelenés:Biocontrol 62 : 3 (2017), p. 355-371. -
További szerzők:Zhao, Serena Y. Clusella-Trullas, Susana Cottrell, Ted E. De Kesel, André Fiedler, Lukáš Herz, Annette Hesketh, Helen Hui, Cang Kleespies, Regina G. Losey, John E. Minnaar, Ingrid A. Murray, Katie M. Nedvěd, Oldřich Pfliegler Valter Péter (1986-) (molekuláris biológus) Raak-van den Berg, C. Lidwien Riddick, Eric W. Shapiro-Ilan, David I. Smyth, Rebecca R. Steenberg, Tove van Wielink, Paul S. Viglášová, Sandra Zhao, Zihua Ceryngier, Piotr Roy, Helen E.
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM061255
Első szerző:Haelewaters, Danny
Cím:Bringing Laboulbeniales into the 21st century : enhanced techniques for extraction and PCR amplification of DNA from minute ectoparasitic fungi / Danny Haelewaters, Michał Gorczak, Walter P. Pfliegler, András Tartally, Márta Tischer, Marta Wrzosek, Donald H. Pfister
Dátum:2015
ISSN:2210-6340 2210-6359
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Megjelenés:IMA Fungus. - 6 (2) (2015), p. 363-372. -
További szerzők:Gorczak, Michał Pfliegler Valter Péter (1986-) (molekuláris biológus) Tartally András (1975-) (biológus) Tischer Márta Wrzosek, Marta Pfister, Donald H.
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM087060
Első szerző:Hyde, Kevin D.
Cím:Fungal diversity notes 1151-1276 : taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions on genera and species of fungal taxa / Hyde Kevin D., Dong Yang, Phookamsak Rungtiwa, Jeewon Rajesh, Bhat D. Jayarama, Jones E. B. Gareth, Liu Ning-Guo, Abeywickrama Pranami D., Mapook Ausana, Wei Deping, Perera Rekhani H., Manawasinghe Ishara S., Pem Dhandevi, Bundhun Digvijayini, Karunarathna Anuruddha, Ekanayaka Anusha H., Bao Dan-Feng, Li Junfu, Samarakoon Milan C., Chaiwan Napalai, Lin Chuan-Gen, Phutthacharoen Kunthida, Zhang Sheng-Nan, Senanayake Indunil C., Goonasekara Ishani D., Thambugala Kasun M., Phukhamsakda Chayanard, Tennakoon Danushka S., Jiang Hong-Bo, Yang Jing, Zeng Ming, Huanraluek Naruemon, Liu Jian-Kui (Jack), Wijesinghe Subodini N., Tian Qing, Tibpromma Saowaluck, Brahmanage Rashika S., Boonmee Saranyaphat, Huang Shi-Ke, Thiyagaraja Vinodhini, Lu Yong-Zhong, Jayawardena Ruvishika S., Dong Wei, Yang Er-Fu, Singh Sanjay K., Singh Shiv Mohan, Rana Shiwali, Lad Sneha S., Anand Garima, Devadatha Bandarupalli, Niranjan M., Sarma V. Venkateswara, Liimatainen Kare, Aguirre-Hudson Begona, Niskanen Tuula, Overall Andy, Alvarenga Renato Lúcio Mendes, Gibertoni Tatiana Baptista, Pfliegler Walter P., Horváth Enikő, Imre Alexandra, Alves Amanda Lucia, da Silva Santos Ana Carla, Tiago Patricia Vieira, Bulgakov Timur S., Wanasinghe Dhanushaka N., Bahkali Ali H., Doilom Mingkwan, Elgorban Abdallah M., Maharachchikumbura Sajeewa S. N., Rajeshkumar Kunhiraman C., Haelewaters Danny, Mortimer Peter E., Zhao Qi, Lumyong Saisamorn, Xu Jianchu, Sheng Jun
Dátum:2020
ISSN:1560-2745 1878-9129
Megjegyzések:Fungal diversity notes is one of the important journal series of fungal taxonomy that provide detailed descriptions and illustrations of new fungal taxa, as well as providing new information of fungal taxa worldwide. This article is the 11th contribution to the fungal diversity notes series, in which 126 taxa distributed in two phyla, six classes, 24 orders and 55 families are described and illustrated. Taxa in this study were mainly collected from Italy by Erio Camporesi and also collected from China, India and Thailand, as well as in some other European, North American and South American countries. Taxa described in the present study include two new families, 12 new genera, 82 new species, fve new combinations and 25 new records on new hosts and new geographical distributions as well as sexual-asexual reports. The two new families are Eriomycetaceae (Dothideomycetes, family incertae sedis) and Fasciatisporaceae (Xylariales, Sordariomycetes). The twelve new genera comprise Bhagirathimyces (Phaeosphaeriaceae), Camporesiomyces (Tubeufaceae), Eriocamporesia (Cryphonectriaceae), Eriomyces (Eriomycetaceae), Neomonodictys (Pleurotheciaceae), Paraloratospora (Phaeosphaeriaceae), Paramonodictys (Parabambusicolaceae), Pseudoconlarium (Diaporthomycetidae, genus incertae sedis), Pseudomurilentithecium (Lentitheciaceae), Setoapiospora (Muyocopronaceae), Srinivasanomyces (Vibrisseaceae) and Xenoanthostomella (Xylariales, genera incertae sedis). The 82 new species comprise Acremonium chiangraiense, Adustochaete nivea, Angustimassarina camporesii, Bhagirathimyces himalayensis, Brunneoclavispora camporesii, Camarosporidiella camporesii, Camporesiomyces mali, Camposporium appendiculatum, Camposporium multiseptatum, Camposporium septatum, Canalisporium aquaticium, Clonostachys eriocamporesiana, Clonostachys eriocamporesii, Colletotrichum hederiicola, Coniochaeta vineae, Conioscypha verrucosa, Cortinarius ainsworthii, Cortinarius aurae, Cortinarius britannicus, Cortinarius heatherae, Cortinarius scoticus, Cortinarius subsaniosus, Cytospora fusispora, Cytospora rosigena, Diaporthe camporesii, Diaporthe nigra, Diatrypella yunnanensis, Dictyosporium muriformis, Didymella camporesii, Diutina bernali, Diutina sipiczkii, Eriocamporesia aurantia, Eriomyces heveae, Ernakulamia tanakae, Falciformispora uttaraditensis, Fasciatispora cocoes, Foliophoma camporesii, Fuscostagonospora camporesii, Helvella subtinta, Kalmusia erioi, Keissleriella camporesiana, Keissleriella camporesii, Lanspora cylindrospora, Loratospora arezzoensis, Mariannaea atlantica, Melanographium phoenicis, Montagnula camporesii, Neodidymelliopsis camporesii, Neokalmusia kunmingensis, Neoleptosporella camporesiana, Neomonodictys muriformis, Neomyrmecridium guizhouense, Neosetophoma camporesii, Paraloratospora camporesii, Paramonodictys solitarius, Periconia palmicola, Plenodomus triseptatus, Pseudocamarosporium camporesii, Pseudocercospora maetaengensis, Pseudochaetosphaeronema kunmingense, Pseudoconlarium punctiforme, Pseudodactylaria camporesiana, Pseudomurilentithecium camporesii, Pseudotetraploa rajmachiensis, Pseudotruncatella camporesii, Rhexocercosporidium senecionis, Rhytidhysteron camporesii, Rhytidhysteron erioi, Septoriella camporesii, Setoapiospora thailandica, Srinivasanomyces kangrensis, Tetraploa dwibahubeeja, Tetraploa pseudoaristata, Tetraploa thrayabahubeeja, Torula camporesii, Tremateia camporesii, Tremateia lamiacearum, Uzbekistanica pruni, Verruconis mangrovei, Wilcoxina verruculosa, Xenoanthostomella chromolaenae and Xenodidymella camporesii. The fve new combinations are Camporesiomyces patagoniensis, Camporesiomyces vaccinia, Camposporium lycopodiellae, Paraloratospora gahniae and Rhexocercosporidium microsporum. The 22 new records on host and geographical distribution comprise Arthrinium marii, Ascochyta medicaginicola, Ascochyta pisi, Astrocystis bambusicola, Camposporium pellucidum, Dendryphiella phitsanulokensis, Diaporthe foeniculina, Didymella macrostoma, Diplodia mutila, Diplodia seriata, Heterosphaeria patella, Hysterobrevium constrictum, Neodidymelliopsis ranunculi, Neovaginatispora fuckelii, Nothophoma quercina, Occultibambusa bambusae, Phaeosphaeria chinensis, Pseudopestalotiopsis theae, Pyxine berteriana, Tetraploa sasicola, Torula gaodangensis and Wojnowiciella dactylidis. In addition, the sexual morphs of Dissoconium eucalypti and Phaeosphaeriopsis pseudoagavacearum are reported from Laurus nobilis and Yucca gloriosa in Italy, respectively. The holomorph of Diaporthe cynaroidis is also reported for the frst time.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
folyóiratcikk
Dothideomycetes
Basidiomycota
Lecanoromycetes
Pezizomycetes
Phylogeny
96 new taxa
Agaricomycetes
Ascomycota
Megjelenés:Fungal Diversity. - 100 : 1 (2020), p. 5-277. -
További szerzők:Dong, Yang Phookamsak, Rungtiwa Jeewon, Rajesh Bhat, D. Jayarama Jones, E. B. Gareth Liu, Ning-Guo Abeywickrama, Pranami D. Mapook, Ausana Wei, Deping Perera, Rekhani H. Manawasinghe, Ishara S. Pem, Dhandevi Bundhun, Digvijayini Karunarathna, Anuruddha Ekanayaka, Anusha H. Bao, Dan-Feng Li, Junfu Samarakoon, Milan C. Chaiwan, Napalai Lin, Chuan-Gen Phutthacharoen, Kunthida Zhang, Sheng-Nan Senanayake, Indunil C. Goonasekara, Ishani D. Thambugala, Kasun M. Phukhamsakda, Chayanard Tennakoon, Danushka S. Jiang, Hong-Bo Yang, Jing Zeng, Ming Huanraluek, Naruemon Liu, Jian-Kui (Jack) Wijesinghe, Subodini N. Tian, Qing Tibpromma, Saowaluck Brahmanage, Rashika S. Boonmee, Saranyaphat Huang, Shi-Ke Thiyagaraja, Vinodhini Lu, Yong-Zhong Jayawardena, Ruvishika S. Dong, Wei Yang, Er-Fu Singh, Sanjay K. Singh, Shiv Mohan Rana, Shiwali Lad, Sneha S. Anand, Garima Devadatha, Bandarupalli Niranjan, M. Sarma, V. Venkateswara Liimatainen, Kare Aguirre-Hudson, Begoña Niskanen, Tuula Overall, Andy Alvarenga, Renato Lúcio Mendes Gibertoni, Tatiana Baptista Pfliegler Valter Péter (1986-) (molekuláris biológus) Horváth Enikő (1987-) (biológus) Imre Alexandra (1992-) (biomérnök, biotechnológus) Alves, Amanda Lucia da Silva Santos, Ana Carla Tiago, Patricia Vieira Bulgakov, Timur S. Wanasinghe, Dhanushka N. Bahkali, Ali H. Doilom, Mingkwan Elgorban, Abdallah M. Maharachchikumbura, Sajeewa S. N. Rajeshkumar, Kunhiraman C. Haelewaters, Danny Mortimer, Peter E. Zhao, Qi Lumyong, Saisamorn Xu, Jianchu Sheng, Jun
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM087287
Első szerző:Liu, Jingyu
Cím:A new species of Gloeandromyces from Ecuador and Panama revealed by morphology and phylogenetic reconstruction, with a discussion of secondary barcodes in Laboulbeniomycetes taxonomy / Jingyu Liu, Danny Haelewaters, Walter P. Pfliegler, Rachel A. Page, Carl W. Dick, M. Catherine Aime
Dátum:2020
ISSN:0027-5514 1557-2536
Megjegyzések:This paper describes and illustrates a new species of Laboulbeniales (Ascomycota, Laboulbeniomycetes) recovered from Mastoptera guimaraesi bat flies (Diptera, Streblidae) in Ecuador and Panama. Bat fly?associated Laboulbeniales are still unexplored in the Neotropics, with only four described species of Gloeandromyces and one species of Nycteromyces known. Morphological characteristics and phylogenetic analyses support placement of the new taxon in Gloeandromyces and its recognition as an undescribed species. Gloeandromyces hilleri sp. nov. is easily recognized by 2?3 longitudinal rows of undulations at its perithecial venter. Phylogenetic reconstructions of the large subunit (LSU) ribosomal DNA and the translation elongation factor 1? (TEF1) both resolve G. hilleri and G. nycteribiidarum as sister species. We discuss the utility of LSU and TEF1 as secondary barcodes in Laboulbeniomycetes taxonomy.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
folyóiratcikk
Arthropod-associated fungi
large subunit rDNA
DNA barcoding
Megjelenés:Mycologia. - 112 : 6 (2020), p. 1192-1202. -
További szerzők:Haelewaters, Danny Pfliegler Valter Péter (1986-) (molekuláris biológus) Page, Rachel A. Dick, Carl W. Aime, M. Catherine
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM074168
Első szerző:Pfliegler Valter Péter (molekuláris biológus)
Cím:Herpomyces ectoparasitic fungi (Ascomycota, Laboulbeniales) are globally distributed by their invasive cockroach hosts and through the pet trade industry / Valter Péter Pfliegler, Ferenc Báthori, Tristan Wang, András Tartally, Danny Haelewaters
Dátum:2018
ISSN:0027-5514
Megjegyzések:The introduction of non-native animals occasionally results in the co-introduction of their microbial symbionts or parasites. The trade of exotic pets and zoo animals has inadvertently introduced several parasitic species to countries where they are non-native. Both the presence of suitable native hosts and opportunity for dispersal determine whether these non-native species become naturalized. During our studies dealing with species of Herpomyces (Ascomycota, Laboulbeniomycetes), fungi that are exclusively ectoparasitic on cockroaches (Hexapoda, Blattodea), we make use of artificial colonies. Most of our specimens originate from pet stores and laboratory populations. Although they were originally intended for transmission studies, we discovered that some cockroaches from artificial colonies carried fruiting bodies of Herpomyces. We screened a total 292 cockroaches from 11 populations that we maintained after purchase. Sources were different pet stores, a toxicological laboratory, and a biological supply company. In eight populations, we found at least some Herpomyces-infected cockroaches. Parasite prevalence varied between 8.77% and 86.33%. Host associations were Blatta orientalis with Herpomyces stylopygae, Blattella germanica with H. ectobiae, Periplaneta americana with H. periplanetae, Phoetalia pallida with H. leurolestis, and Shelfordella lateralis with an undescribed species of Herpomyces. Apart from the new reports, host associations, and consequences for taxonomy (a new species based on morphological and molecular characters), we started to think about the geographic distributions of these fungi and how we, humans, shape them through spreading hosts and through international pet trade. We reviewed the currently known records of Herpomyces-associated cockroaches and host-parasite relationships. Based on the available data, on a global scale, at least half of the currently known species of Herpomyces are spread by globally invasive host species and through international pet trade. This indicates that the distribution and host range of these obscure and often unnoticed fungi are affected by human activities.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Fungal parasite
distribution
invasive species
laboratory animals
pet trade
Megjelenés:Mycologia 110 : 1 (2018), p. 39-46. -
További szerzők:Báthori Ferenc (1988-) (biológus) Wang, Tristan Tartally András (1975-) (biológus) Haelewaters, Danny
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Első szerző:Pfliegler Valter Péter (molekuláris biológus)
Cím:Studies of Laboulbeniales on Myrmica ants (III): myrmecophilous arthropods as alternative hosts of Rickia wasmannii / Walter P. Pfliegler, Ferenc Báthori, Danny Haelewaters, András Tartally
Dátum:2016
ISSN:1252-607X
Megjegyzések:Myrmecophilous arthropods and their manifold relations to host ants are interesting from an evolutionaryperspective. Rickia wasmannii is an ectoparasitic fungus belonging to the Laboulbeniales order. Here, we show thatinquiline mites can become infected by R. wasmannii, which was thought to be restricted to the genus Myrmica(Hymenoptera: Formicidae). This is the first report of R. wasmannii from an alternative host in another subphylum(Chelicerata). We also found immature fruiting bodies on a larva of Microdon myrmicae (Diptera: Syrphidae), whichrepresents the first report of any Rickia species on flies. This fungus is capable of infecting alternative, unrelated hostspecies as they co-occur in the ant nest "microhabitat". These observations provide direct evidence for ecologicalspecificity in Laboulbeniales. The presence of R. wasmannii on inquilines in Myrmica ant nests suggests that theparasite may have adapted to the ant nest environment and is less dependent on acquiring specific nutrients fromthe hosts. However, the alternative cannot be excluded; these infections might also represent chance events if thefungus is incapable of fulfilling its life cycle.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Megjelenés:Parasite-Journal De La Societe Francaise De Parasitologie 23 : 50 (2016), p. 1-7. -
További szerzők:Báthori Ferenc (1988-) (biológus) Haelewaters, Danny Tartally András (1975-) (biológus)
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM078373
Első szerző:Szentiványi Tamara
Cím:Climatic effects on the distribution of ant- and bat fly-associated fungal ectoparasites (Ascomycota, Laboulbeniales) / Szentiványi Tamara, Haelewaters Danny, Rádai Zoltán, Mizsei Edvárd, Pfliegler Walter P., Báthori Ferenc, Tartally András, Christe Philippe, Glaizot Olivier
Dátum:2019
ISSN:1754-5048
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
ants
Bat flies
Climatic variables
Distribution patterns
Hyperparasite
Myrmica
Nycteribiidae
Prevalence
Megjelenés:Fungal Ecology. - 39 (2019), p. 371-379. -
További szerzők:Haelewaters, Danny Rádai Zoltán (1991-) (biológus) Mizsei Edvárd (1989-) (biológus ökológus) Pfliegler Valter Péter (1986-) (molekuláris biológus) Báthori Ferenc (1988-) (biológus) Tartally András (1975-) (biológus) Christe, Philippe Glaizot, Olivier
Pályázati támogatás:EFOP-3.6.1-16-2016-00022
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ÚNKP-18-4
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Első szerző:Szentiványi Tamara
Cím:Laboulbeniales (Fungi: Ascomycota) infection of bat flies (Diptera: Nycteribiidae) from Miniopterus schreibersii across Europe / Tamara Szentiványi, Danny Haelewaters, Walter P. Pfliegler, Laura Clément, Philippe Christe, Olivier Glaizot
Dátum:2018
ISSN:1756-3305
Megjegyzések:BackgroundBat flies (Diptera: Nycteribiidae and Streblidae) are obligate, blood-sucking ectoparasites of bats with specialized morphology, life-cycle and ecology. Bat flies are occasionally infected by different species of Laboulbeniales (Fungi: Ascomycota), microscopic fungal ectoparasites belonging to three genera: Arthrorynchus spp. are restricted to the Eastern Hemisphere, while species of Gloeandromyces and Nycteromyces occur on Neotropical bat flies. Little is known about the distribution and host specificity of Arthrorynchus spp. on bat flies. In this study, we focused on sampling bat flies from the cave-dwelling bat species Miniopterus schreibersii. Bat and ectoparasite collection took place in Albania, Croatia, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain and Switzerland. Flies were inspected for Laboulbeniales infections.ResultsSix hundred sixty seven bat flies of five species were collected: Nycteribia latreillii, N. pedicularia, N. schmidlii, Penicillidia conspicua, and P. dufourii. Laboulbeniales infection was observed on 60 specimens (prevalence = 9%). Two Laboulbeniales species, Arthrorhynchus eucampsipodae and A. nycteribiae, were present on three bat fly species. All observations of A. eucampsipodae were on N. schmidlii, and A. nycteribiae was present on P. conspicua and P dufourii. Arthrorhynchus eucampsipodae is, for the first time, reported from Slovakia and Spain. Arthrorhynchus nycteribiae represents a new country record for Portugal and Slovakia. There were no significant differences among infection rates in different countries. Females of N. schmidlii showed a higher infection rate than males with an observable trend (P = 0.0502). No sex differences in infection rate for P. conspicua and P. dufourii were detected. Finally, thallus density was significantly lower in N. schmidlii compared to P. conspicua and P. dufourii.ConclusionsWith this study, we contribute to the knowledge of the geographical distribution and host specificity of Laboulbeniales fungi associated with ectoparasitic bat flies within Europe. We discuss parasite prevalence and host specificity in the light of our findings and the available literature. Penicillidia conspicua is unambiguously the main host species for A. nycteribiae based on our and previous findings. Differences in parasite intensity and sex-biased infections of the fungi are possible depending on the species.
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Arthrorhynchus
Bat flies
Host specificity
Nycteribiidae
Laboulbeniales
Ectoparasites
Megjelenés:Parasites & Vectors. - 11 : 1 (2018), p. 1-7. -
További szerzők:Haelewaters, Danny Pfliegler Valter Péter (1986-) (molekuláris biológus) Clément, Laura Christe, Philippe Glaizot, Olivier
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