A NEW GENUS OF THE GYMNOASCACEAE WITH DARK ASCOCARPS

@article{Orr1964ANG,
  title={A NEW GENUS OF THE GYMNOASCACEAE WITH DARK ASCOCARPS},
  author={G. F. Orr and H. H. Kuehn},
  journal={Mycologia},
  year={1964},
  volume={56},
  pages={482-487}
}
In previous papers we have monographed the genus Myxotrichum (Orr, Kuehn and Plunkett, 1963) and described a new monotypic genus, Toxotrichumn, to include the species formerly known as Myxotrichum spinosum Massee & Salmon (Orr and Kuehn, 1964). Myxotrichum was re-described based on the type species, Myxotrichum chartarum (Nees) Kunze, and the genus was limited to seven species; the remaining 26 taxa previously placed in Myxotrichum were excluded. Myxotrichum thus was defined to include species… Expand
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The genus Myxotrichum Kunze is monographed and limited to seven valid species, with two new combinations described. Expand