A new genus of Laboulbeniales (Laboulbeniaceae: Stigmatomycetinae), Monandromyces, was described. Its type species, M. hemipteralis, was based on Autophagomyces hemipteralis. The latter, which parasitizes a riparian bug, a species of Microvelia (Heteroptera: Veliidae), was characterized by Roland Thaxter in 1931. Ten new species of Monandromyces- taken from members of three genera of Veliidae-were described as follows: M. australis, M. falcatus, M. polhemorum, M. protuberans, M. tenuistipitis, and M. umbonatus (on Microvelia spp.); M. neoalardi (on Neoalardus sp.); and M. elongates, M. longispinae, and M. pseudoveliae (on Pseudovelia spp.). Keys to the species were given and all were illustrated with line drawings.
Benjamin, Richard K.
"Laboulbeniales on semiaquatic Heteroptera. VIII. Monandromyces, a new genus based on Autophagomeces microveliae(Laboulbeniales),"
Aliso: A Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Botany:
2, Article 14.
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