Studies on the fungal diseases in crustaceans. I. Lagenidium scyllae sp. nov. isolated from cultivated ova and larvae of the mangrove crab (Scylla serrata)
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Lagenidium scyllae , a marine mastigomycete from the ova and larvae of the mangrove crab, is described and illustrated as new. The fungus grew at a temperature range of 16-42 C, with an optimum at 22.5-31.8 C. It grew well in peptone-yeast-glucose (PYG) broth containing 2-3% NaCl. In PYG-sea water medium, it grew at a pH range of 5-11.
Bian, B. Z., Hatai, K., Po, G. L., & Egusa, S. (1979). Studies on the fungal diseases in crustaceans. I. Lagenidium scyllae sp. nov. isolated from cultivated ova and larvae of the mangrove crab (Scylla serrata).
Transactions of the Mycological Society of Japan, 20(2), 115-124. http://hdl.handle.net/10862/1082
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