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Persoonia aims to publish papers dealing with molecular phylogeny and evolution of fungi. A further aim is to promote fungal taxonomy by employing a polythetic approach to clarify the true phylogeny and relationships within the kingdom Fungi. The journal publishes high-quality papers elucidating known and novel fungal taxa at the DNA level, and also strives to present novel insights into evolutionary processes and relationships. Papers to be considered include research articles and reviews.

Papers are published using a Fast Track system. This implies that the papers are immediately published online and freely available through the internet via this website. Volumes appear twice a year (June and December). From Volume 36 onwards (2016) hard copy volumes will only be made available through printing-on-demand. The issues can be ordered separately through the Publication Division of Naturalis Biodiversity Center; e-mail: [email protected]

Persoonia is a journal published jointly by the Naturalis Biodiversity Center and the Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute.

Publisher: Naturalis Biodiversity Center in association with Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute

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Volume 25, December 2010

Research Articles

Open Access Phylogeny and morphology of four new species of Lasiodiplodia from Iran
pp. 1-10(10)
Authors: Abdollahzadeh, J.; Javadi, A.; Goltapeh, E. Mohammadi; Zare, R.; Phillips, A.J.L.

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Open Access The phylogenetic position of Rhopalostroma as inferred from a polythetic approach
pp. 11-21(11)
Authors: Stadler, M.; Fournier, J.; Gardt, S.; Peršoh, D.

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Open Access Taxonomy, DNA barcoding and phylogeny of three new species of Pythium from Canada
pp. 22-31(10)
Authors: Bala, K.; Robideau, G.P.; Désaulniers, N.; de Cock, A.W.A.M.; Lévesque, C.A.

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Open Access Phytophthora taxa associated with cultivated Agathosma, with emphasis on the P. citricola complex and P. capensis sp. nov.
pp. 32-49(18)
Authors: Bezuidenhout, C.M.; Denman, S.; Kirk, S.A.; Botha, W.J.; Mostert, L.; McLeod, A.

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Opinion Article

Open Access A case for re-inventory of Australia's plant pathogens
pp. 50-60(11)
Authors: Hyde, K.D.; Chomnunti, P.; Crous, P.W.; Groenewald, J.Z.; Damm, U.; Ko, T.W. Ko; Shivas, R.G.; Summerell, B.A.; Tan, Y.P.

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Open Access Three new Graphium species from baobab trees in South Africa and Madagascar
pp. 61-71(11)
Authors: Cruywagen, E.M.; de Beer, Z.W.; Roux, J.; Wingfield, M.J.

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Open Access Ophiostoma spp. associated with pine- and spruce-infesting bark beetles in Finland and Russia
pp. 72-93(22)
Authors: Linnakoski, R.; de Beer, Z.W.; Ahtiainen, J.; Sidorov, E.; Niemelä, P.; Pappinen, A.; Wingfield, M.J.

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Open Access Eight new Leptographium species associated with tree-infesting bark beetles in China
pp. 94-108(15)
Authors: Paciura, D.; de Beer, Z.W.; Jacobs, K.; Zhou, X.D.; Ye, H.; Wingfield, M.J.

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Open Access Salisapiliaceae – a new family of oomycetes from marsh grass litter of southeastern north America
pp. 109-116(8)
Authors: Hulvey, J.; Telle, S.; Nigrelli, L.; Lamour, K.; Thines, M.

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Persoonial Reflections

Open Access Persoonial Reflections
pp. 117-159(43)

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