Huang Y.-T., Fan Y.-C., Hung T.-C., Chen C.-Y., Sun P.-L. 2022. The high diversity of Scedosporium and Lomentospora species and their prevalence in human-disturbed areas in Taiwan. IN REVIEW


Li Y, Bateman C, Skelton J, Wang B, Black A, Huang Y.-T., Gonzalez A, Jusino MA, Nolen ZJ, Freeman S, et al. 2021. Pre-invasion assessment of exotic bark beetle-vectored fungi to detect tree-killing pathogens. Phytopathology.


Huang, Y.-T., Skelton, J., and Hulcr, J. 2020. Lipids and small metabolites provisioned by ambrosia fungi to symbiotic beetles are phylogeny-dependent, not convergent. The ISME Journal. 14: 1089–1099.

Huang, Y.-T., Eickwort, J., and Hulcr, J. 2020. Red Heart Disease in Pines Caused by Porodaedalea (Phellinus) pini in Florida. EDIS University of Florida/IFAS.


Huang, Y.-T. and Hulcr, J. 2019. Geosmithia species in Florida: a common fungal symbiont of wood-boring bark beetle. EDIS University of Florida/IFAS.

Huang, Y.-T., Skelton, J., Johnson, A.J., Kolařík, M., Hulcr, J., 2019. Geosmithia species in southeastern USA and their affinity to beetle vectors and tree hosts. Fungal Ecology. 39: 168–183.

Huang, Y.-T., Skelton, J., Hulcr, J., 2019. Multiple evolutionary origins lead to diversity in the metabolic profiles of ambrosia fungi. Fungal Ecology, From antagonism to mutualism: the chemical basis of insect-fungus interactions 38: 80–88.


Li, You, Huang, Y.-T., Kasson, M.T., Maciasb, A.M., Skelton, J., Carlson, P., Yin, M., and Hulcr, J. Specific and promiscuous ophiostomatalean fungi associated with Platypodinae ambrosia beetles in the southeastern United States. 2018. Fungal Ecology. 35: 42–50.

Huang, Y.-T., Kolarik, M., Kasson, M.T., and Hulcr, J. 2018. Two new Geosmithia species in G. pallida species complex from bark beetles in eastern USA. Mycologia. 109(5): 790–803.

Na, F., Carrillo, J.D., Mayorquin, J.S., Ndinga-Muniania, C., Stajich, J.E., Stouthamer, R., Huang, Y.-T., Lin, Y.-T., Chen, C.Y., Eskalen, A., 2018. Two novel fungal symbionts Fusarium kuroshium sp. nov. and Graphium kuroshium sp. nov. of Kuroshio shot hole borer (Euwallacea sp. nr. fornicatus) cause Fusarium dieback on woody host species in California. Plant Disease. 102(6): 1154-1164.


Bateman, C, Huang, Y.-T., Simmons, D. R., Kasson, M.T., Hulcr, J. 2017. Ambrosia beetle Premnobius cavipennis (Scolytinae: Ipini) carries highly divergent ascomycotan ambrosia fungus, Afroraffaelea ambrosiae gen. nov. et sp. nov. (Ophiostomatales). Fungal Ecology. 25: 41–49.


Li, You, Gu, Xinyao, Kasson, M.T., Bateman, C., Guo, Jianjun, Huang, Y.-T., Li, Qiao, Rabaglia, R. J., Hulcr, J. 2016. Distribution, host records and symbiotic fungi of Euwallacea fornicatus (Eichhoff) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae) in China. Florida Entomologist. 99 (4): 801–804.

Simmons, D.R., de Beer, Z. W., Huang, Y.-T., Bateman, C., Campbell, A.S., Dreaden, T.J., Li, Y., Ploetz, R.C., Black, A., Li, H.-F., Chen, C.-Y., Wingfield, M.J., Hulcr, J. 2016. New Raffaelea species (Ophiostomatales) from the USA and Taiwan associated with ambrosia beetles and plant hosts. IMA Fungus. 7 (2): 265–273.

Huang, Y.-T., Lucky, A., Hulcr, J., and Johnson, A. 2016. A Bark Beetle Hypothenemus eruditus Westwood, 1836 (Insecta: Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae). EDIS University of Florida/IFAS.

Lin, Y.-T., Shih, H.-H., Huang, Y.-T., Lin, C.-S., Chen, C.-Y., 2016. Two species of beetle-associated Geosmithia in Taiwan. Fungal Science 31: 29–36.

2015 & earlier

Wu, Y.-F., Huang, Y.-T., Chang, C.-H., Cheng, A.-H., and Chen, C.-Y. 2015. Mango Malformation Disease. Proceedings of the Symposium on Important New Emerging Crop Diseases in Taiwan and Their Controls. 184: 43–50.

Huang, J.W., Chen, C.Y. and Huang, Y.-T. 2014. Introduction of Plant Diseases and Fungal Pathogens. Science Study Monthly. 53 (2): 2–11.

Huang, Y.-T. and Chen, C.Y. 2014. Leptographium globosum sp. nov., a new species with globose conidia. Mycological progress. 13 (3): 841–848.

Huang, Y.-T. and Chen, C.Y. 2013. Ophiostoma denticiliatum, a new record in Taiwan. Fungal Science. 28 (1): 31–38.

Huang, Y.-T. and Chen, C.Y. 2010. Two Thielaviopsis species on carrots in Taiwan. Fungal Science 25(2): 69–74.