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Anaverticicladus uncinatus gen. & sp. nov. from decaying leaves from Brazil

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Anaverticicladus uncinatus, collected from decaying leaves in Brazil, is described and illustrated as a new genus and species. It is distinguished by conidiophores that are differentiated, unbranched, erect or prostrate, septate, and pale brown, conidiogenous cells that are monoblastic, terminal, curved to uncinate near the conidiogenous locus, and cylindrical or subulate, and conidia that are solitary cylindrical-fusiform, uncinate, smooth at the base but coarsely verruculose elsewhere, 5–17-euseptate, and golden brown. Conidial secession is schizolytic.
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Keywords: NEOTROPIC; RAINFOREST; TAXONOMY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 18 October 2016

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