Italian Journal of Mycology

Italian Journal of Mycology – ISSN 2531-7342 is a peer reviewed journal founded in 1972 by Gilberto Govi and Gabriele Goidanich as "Micologia italiana" (Italian Mycology). It was established at the University of Bologna, and it is organ of the “Unione Micologica Italiana”. Since 2015 it is an open access journal.

«Italian Journal of Mycology» is a peer reviewed journal founded in 1972 by Gilberto Govi and Gabriele Goidanich as "Micologia italiana" (Italian Mycology). It was established at the University of Bologna, and it is organ of the “Unione Micologica Italiana”. Since 2015 it is an open access journal hosted and maintained by ABIS-AlmaDL.
The journal publishes high quality original research studies on all disciplinary fields regarding fungi. All mycologists, and plant pathologists working with fungal pathogens are invited to submit original manuscripts in English for sharing their knowledge with colleagues from different areas in the world. Conference reports and book reviews on the above mentioned fields are also welcome.
The journal is cited in the Master Journal List of Thomson Scientific.

ISSN 2531-7342

Editors in chief

Gloria Innocenti, Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna, Italy
Alessandro Ragazzi, University of Firenze, Italy

Editorial Board

Managing Editor

Angelo Macrì, Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna, Italy

Creative Commons License

Vol 46 (2017)

Table of Contents

Articles

Antonietta Mello, Elisa Zampieri
1-7
Simone Di Piazza, Susanna Baiardo, Grazia Cecchi, Elia Ambrosio, Chiara Paoli, Paolo Vassallo, Mirca Zotti
8-20
Ian Hall, Noel Fitzpatrick, Paul Miros, Alessandra Zambonelli
21-36
Daniele Paganelli, Andrea Gazzola, Marinella Rodolfi, Renato Sconfietti, Anna Maria Picco
37-47