Four rhytismataceous ascomycetes on needles of pine from China
Three species of Rhytismataceae are described from needles of pines from China. Davisomycella intermedia is a new species growing on Pinus yunnanensis var. tenuifolia. Ploioderma pini-armandii and Soleella pinicola on Pinus armandii have been described previously only in Chinese with a short Latin diagnosis and therefore are presented here in detail. Naemacyclus fimbriatus, formerly regarded as belonging to the Rhytismatales, now to Helotiales, is reported for the first time for China, described, and illustrated.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 2006
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