Some fungi of Indian Ocean islands
- Forty-one fungal taxa, the majority macromycetes, were recorded from the Chagos Archipelago and the Seychelles, 29 and 17 respectively, with five, all macrofungi, common to both. Most of the fungi recorded are of wide distribution in the palaeotropics being either associated on these Indian Ocean islands with Cocos plantations and disturbed and/or anthropogenic sites. Some are even pantropical and none appears to be distinctive to these islands. A single collection (Sphinctrina tubiformis) is noted from Aldabra.
- Watling R , Seaward Mark .
- terrestrial fungi, Chagos Archipelago, Seychelles, macrofungi, microfungi, sooty mould, slime mould