A new species of Quadracaea and new records of other dematiaceous hyphomycetes from southern China
Four dematiaceous hyphomycetes collected during our continuing mycological survey of saprobic conidial fungi on decaying plant material in tropical forests of southern China, are described and illustrated. Among them, Quadracaea roureae is described as a new species. Phaeoblastophora resinae, Phragmocephala atra var. stenophora and Pseudospiropes nodosus are newly recorded from China.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: May 1, 2012
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