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菌物学报  2012 

A new species of Rugonectria (Nectriaceae) with four-spored asci
子囊具四个孢子的皱赤壳属一新种(英文)

Keywords: Rugonectria sinica,sequence analysis,taxonomy
中国皱赤壳
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A new species of Rugonectria, R. sinica, is described based on collections from tropical and subtropical regions of China. Comparisons were made between the new species and a morphologically similar species R. castaneicola. Sequence analysis of the combined ITS and b-tubulin gene of related fungi was also carried out. Both morphological and molecular data support the separation of the Chinese fungus from the Japanese one.

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