Clonostachys rosea (Link: Fr.) Schroers et al. F 85
was isolated from soil at Site B in June. This is known to be mycoparasite as Gliocladium roseum, a widely distributed species. This species was transferred to Clonostachys in 2000. It is characterized by two kinds of conidiophores. The Verticillium-type primary conidiophores are formed first, then more complicated Penicilium-type secondary conidiophores are formed. The shape of conidia from both types are different from each other. The conidia are also characteristically asymmetrical.
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