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The genus Cladosporium is one of the largest genera of dematiaceous hyphomycetes, and is characterised by a coronate scar structure, conidia in acropetal chains and Davidiella teleomorphs. Based on morphology and DNA phylogeny, the species complexes of C. herbarum and C. sphaerospermum have been resolved, resulting in the elucidation of numerous new taxa.(More)
The phylogenetic relationships of 17 selected Septoria spp. (eight with a known Mycosphaerella teleomorph), Phloeospora ulmi (teleomorph M. ulmi) and 18 additional taxa (10 with a Mycosphaerella teleomorph) were inferred from ITS and D2-LSU nrDNA sequences. In total, 10 anamorph genera associated with Mycosphaerella were represented. Intraspecific variation(More)
The phylogenetic relationships of the following 14 Septoria species pathogenic to Asteraceae were inferred from sequence analyses of the 5.8 S gene of nuclear rDNA and flanking internal transcribed spacers: Septoria atropurpurea, S. astericola, S. calendulae, S. erigerontis, S. gerberae, S. helianthi, S. helianthicola, S. lactucae, S. leucanthemi, S. obesa,(More)
Early molecular biosystematic studies of dermatophytes created considerable confusion about the taxonomic status of the horse-associated Trichophyton equinum vis-à-vis the anthropophilic T. tonsurans. Though this matter has recently been clarified, routine identification of these species based on the commonly used ribosomal internal transcribed spacer (ITS)(More)
The new species Umbelopsis dimorpha sp. nov. was isolated from a soil sample in the Red Hills area of Mt Richmond Forest Park, in the northern part of the South Island of New Zealand. It has two kinds of pale pinkish sporangia: (1) single-spored, indistinguishable from those of U. versiformis; and (2) multi-spored, similar to those of U. vinacea. ITS(More)
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