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Figures 103-207
- The Trichoderma koningii aggregate species

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Figs 103–112. Trichoderma caribbaeum var. caribbaeum, anamorph from CMD. 103–104. Conidial pustules. 105–110. Conidiophores. 111–112. Conidia. Figs 103, 107, 109–111 from G.J.S. 98-43; 104–106, 108, 112 from G.J.S. 97-3. Microscopy: 103–104 = stereo; 105–106, 109 = PC; 107–112 = DIC. Bars: 103 = 1 mm; 104 = 0.5 mm; 105–110 = 20 µm; 111–112 = 10 µm.

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Figs 113–121. Trichoderma caribbaeum var. caribbaeum, Hypocrea teleomorph. 113. Stromata of Hypocrea (light coloured) growing on xylariaceous host. 114. Face view of stroma surface. 115. Section through a single stroma. 116, 118. Median longitudinal sections through mature perithecia. 117. Internal tissue of the stroma below perithecia; the lower wall of a perithecium seen on the right. 119. Section through ostiolar canal. 120. Stroma surface. 121. Ascus with ascospores (in 1 % aq. phloxine). Figs 113, 115–121 from G.J.S. 97-3; 114 from G.J.S. 98-43. Microscopy: 113 = stereo, 114, 116–120 DIC; 115, 121 = BF. Bars: 113 = 1 mm; 114, 121 = 10 µm; 115 = 200 µm; 116–120 = 20 µm.

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Figs 122–133. Trichoderma caribbaeum var. aequatoriale from SNA (DIS 320c). 122–125. Conidiophores formed in the aerial mycelium. 126–127. Conidial pustules. 128–132. Conidiophores produced from pustules. 133. Conidia. Microscopy: 122, 126–127 = stereo, 123 = BF; 124–125, 131–133 = DIC; 128 = FL; 129–130 = PC. Bars: 122, 127 = 1/4 mm; 126 = 1 mm; 123, 125, 128–130 = 20 µm; 124, 131–133 = 10 µm.

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Figs 134–142. Trichoderma dingleyae, anamorph from CMD. 134–135. Conidial pustules. 136–141. Conidiophores. 142. Conidia. Figs 134–135 from G.J.S. 02-50; 136, 139, 141 from G.J.S. 99-203; 137–138, 140 from G.J.S. 02-50; 142 from G.J.S. 99-203. Microscopy: 134–135 = Stereo, 136, 139, 141–142 = DIC, 137 = PC; 138, 140 = FL. Bars: 134–135 = 1 mm; 136–138, 140 = 20 µm; 139, 141–142 = 10 µm.

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Figs 143–152. Trichoderma dingleyae, Hypocrea teleomorph. 143. Young stroma, note velutinous surface and poorly visible ostiolar openings (one shown at arrow with exuded ascospores). 144. Face view of a stroma. 145. Section through stroma with immature perithecia. 146–147. Section through stroma surface; note loosely hyphal nature of stroma surface and hairs (arrows) that give a velutinous aspect. 148. Cells of interior of stroma below perithecia. 149. Section through ostiolar canal. 150–152. Asci and ascospores; note ornamented ascospores in 151. Figs 143, 146–148, 150, 152 from G.J.S. 02-05; 144–145, 149 from G.J.S. 99-105; 151 from G.J.S. 99-194. Microscopy: 143 = stereo; 144–152 = DIC. Bars: 143 = 1 mm; 144, 146, 148–149 = 20 µm; 145 = 100 µm; 147 = 20 µm; 150–152 = 10 µm.

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Figs 153–164. Trichoderma dorotheae, anamorph from CMD. 153–154. Conidial pustules. Note in Fig. 154 that individual conidiophores are not visible in the pustule. 155–162. Conidiophores and phialides; arrows in Fig. 158 indicate percurrently proliferated phialides. 163. Conidia. 164. Chlamydospore. Figs 153–154, 159, 162, 164 from G.J.S. 99-97; 155–158, 160–161 from G.J.S. 99-202; 163 from G.J.S. 99-194. Microscopy: 153–154 = stereo; 155, 157 = PC; 156, 158, 160–161, 163 = DIC; 159, 162 = FL; 164 = BF. Bars: 153 = 1 mm; 154 = 0.5 mm; 155–157, 159, 162, 164 = 20 µm; 158, 160–161, 163 = 10 µm.

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Figs 165–173. Trichoderma dorotheae, Hypocrea teleomorph. 165. Section through an immature perithecium. 166. Face view of stroma. 167–169. Hairs (arrows) formed on stroma surface in face view (167) and in section (168–169). 168–170. Section through stroma surface and ostiolar region (170). 171–173. Asci and ascospores. Note ornamented ascospores in 173. Figs 165–166, 168–170 from G.J.S. 99-202, 167, 172–173 from G.J.S. 99-194, 171 from G.J.S. 99-97. Microscopy: all from DIC. Bars: 165, 170 = 20 µm; 166–169, 171–173 = 10 µm.

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Figs 174–185. Trichoderma intricatum, anamorph from CMD. 174–176. Conidial pustules; individual plumose conidiophores can be seen in the pustule (176, arrows). 177–184. Conidiophores and phialides. 185. Conidia. Figs 174, 177–179, 181, 183 from G.J.S. 97-88; 175–176, 180, 182, 184–185 from G.J.S. 96-13. Microscopy: 174–176 = stereo; 177–179, 181 = PC, 180, 182, 184 = FL; 183, 185 = DIC. Bars: 174–175 = 1 mm; 176 = 0.5 mm; 177–182, 184 = 20 µm; 183, 185 = 10 µm.

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Figs 186–195. Trichoderma intricatum, Hypocrea teleomorph. 186. Section through a stroma with mature perithecia. 187–189. Stroma surface in face view (187) and in section (188–189); hairs shown at arrows; note the loose nature of the stroma surface that gives the stroma a velutinous aspect (188–189, 191). 190. Median longitudinal section through a mature perithecium. 191. Section through the ostiolar canal. 192. Cells of the stroma interior below perithecia. 193–194. Asci and ascospores. 195. Discharged part-ascospores. Figs 186, 189–192 from G.J.S. 97-88; 187–188, 193–195 from G.J.S. 96-13. Microscopy: 186 = BF, all others DIC. Bars: 186 = 200 ìm; 187–188, 194–195 = 10 µm; 189–193 = 20 µm.

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Figs 196–207. Trichoderma koningii, anamorph from CMD. 196–197. Conidial pustules; individual conidiophores can be seen in 197 (e.g. arrow). 198–205. Conidiophores and phialides; in 198 conidiophores as viewed with the stereo microscope at the periphery of a pustule can be seen; note the densely clustered phialides in 201–202 and 205. 206. Conidia. 207. Chlamydospores. Fig. 196 from G.J.S. 96-119; 197 from G.J.S. 90-18; 198, 202 from CBS 979.70; 199 from G.J.S. 92-18; 200–201 from G.J.S. 97-117; 203 from G.J.S. 00-156; 204–207 from ATCC 64262. Microscopy: 196–198 = stereo; 199–202 = FL; 203, 205 = PC; 204, 206 = DIC, 207 = BF. Bars: 196 = 1 mm; 197–198 = 0.5 mm; 199–202, 205, 207 = 20 µm; 203–204, 206 = 10 µm.

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