Fungal Diversity

Papers
(The median citation count of Fungal Diversity is 28. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
FungalTraits: a user-friendly traits database of fungi and fungus-like stramenopiles407
In honor of John Bissett: authoritative guidelines on molecular identification of Trichoderma127
The numbers of fungi: is the descriptive curve flattening?121
Microfungi associated with Clematis (Ranunculaceae) with an integrated approach to delimiting species boundaries91
High-throughput sequencing view on the magnitude of global fungal diversity89
Colletotrichum species and complexes: geographic distribution, host range and conservation status86
What are fungal species and how to delineate them?83
Freshwater Dothideomycetes75
Investigating species boundaries in Colletotrichum75
Fungal diversity notes 1387–1511: taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions on genera and species of fungal taxa71
Refined families of Dothideomycetes: orders and families incertae sedis in Dothideomycetes68
High quality genome sequences of thirteen Hypoxylaceae (Ascomycota) strengthen the phylogenetic family backbone and enable the discovery of new taxa67
Fungal diversity notes 1277–1386: taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions to fungal taxa63
Multigene phylogeny of the family Cordycipitaceae (Hypocreales): new taxa and the new systematic position of the Chinese cordycipitoid fungus Paecilomyces hepiali62
Resolving the Mortierellaceae phylogeny through synthesis of multi-gene phylogenetics and phylogenomics61
Global diversity and systematics of Hymenochaetaceae with poroid hymenophore59
Integrative approaches for species delimitation in Ascomycota57
The numbers of fungi: contributions from traditional taxonomic studies and challenges of metabarcoding56
Species in lichen-forming fungi: balancing between conceptual and practical considerations, and between phenotype and phylogenomics55
The numbers of fungi: are the most speciose genera truly diverse?53
Culturable mycobiota from Karst caves in China II, with descriptions of 33 new species50
One stop shop IV: taxonomic update with molecular phylogeny for important phytopathogenic genera: 76–100 (2020)48
Taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions to Celtis formosana, Ficus ampelas, F. septica, Macaranga tanarius and Morus australis leaf litter inhabiting microfungi48
Identifying the ‘unidentified’ fungi: a global-scale long-read third-generation sequencing approach48
What is a species in fungal plant pathogens?45
The numbers of fungi44
The Global Soil Mycobiome consortium dataset for boosting fungal diversity research44
A re-evaluation of the Chaetothyriales using criteria of comparative biology43
The evolving species concepts used for yeasts: from phenotypes and genomes to speciation networks38
Taxonomy, phylogeny, molecular dating and ancestral state reconstruction of Xylariomycetidae (Sordariomycetes)35
Early-diverging fungal phyla: taxonomy, species concept, ecology, distribution, anthropogenic impact, and novel phylogenetic proposals34
A polyphasic approach to delineate species in Bipolaris33
Occurrence and geographical distribution of mangrove fungi33
Trends in yeast diversity discovery33
Resolving the taxonomy of emerging zoonotic pathogens in the Trichophyton benhamiae complex32
Species diversity of Basidiomycota31
Ten decadal advances in fungal biology leading towards human well-being31
Freshwater fungal numbers30
Species concepts of Dothideomycetes: classification, phylogenetic inconsistencies and taxonomic standardization28
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