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Open Access Two new conidial fungi from Chapada Diamantina, Brazil

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Phaeoschizotrichum ramosum gen. & sp. nov. and Pyriculariopsis bicolorata sp. nov., two new asexual fungi collected on leaves of Calophyllum brasiliense in the Brazilian semiarid Caatinga region, are described and illustrated. Phaeoschizotrichum ramosum is characterized by distinctly branched conidiophores, discrete, terminal, sympodially extended conidiogenous cells, and subulate to narrowly obclavate, 1–4-septate, pale brown conidia. Pyriculariopsis bicolorata is distinguished by conidia that are obclavate to subulate, 1-septate, bicolored, and smooth.

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Publication date: July 9, 2015

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