EMLab P&K Microbiologist Discovers New Species of Linkosia Fungus, Published in Mycotaxon
San Bruno, CA, March 9, 2015 – EMLab P&K, a TestAmerica company and the leading commercial indoor air quality (IAQ) laboratory in North America, announced that Mycotaxon has published a peer-reviewed article authored by Gregorio Delgado, a microbiologist from EMLab P&K's Phoenix microbiology laboratory. The article appears in Mycotaxon, volume 129 (2014) and is entitled "South Florida microfungi: Linkosia longirostrata, a new hyphomycete on paurotis palm."
"We are proud that Gregorio Delgado continues contributing to the IAQ industry in a meaningful way. Our microbiologists and analysts demonstrate EMLab P&K's ongoing commitment to quality and technical excellence in all we do," said Dave Gallup, EMLab P&K's General Manager and Co-Founder. "EMLab P&K continues to lead and shape the IAQ industry by contributing to respected industry publications like Mycotaxon."
The peer-reviewed article describes and illustrates Linkosia longirostrata sp. nov. from rachides of dead leaves of Acoelorrhaphe wrightii collected in southeastern Florida. The article also discusses similarities and differences with morphologically similar Linkosia species. The Mycotaxon article by Gregorio Delgado can be viewed on EMLab P&K's website at: https://www.emlab.com/s/services/technical-papers.html
Gregorio Delgado has a Master's Degree in Botany and Mycology and nearly two decades of experience in environmental microbiology with taxonomic expertise in microfungi. Mr. Delgado has worked at EMLab P&K for more than a decade where he performs microbiological analysis to identify fungi, molds and other biological particles. Mr. Delgado has extensively published and been credited with the discovery of numerous fungal species and three genera from his research.
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