A first synopsis of lichenicolous fungi of Mongolia, with the description of five new species

@article{Zhurbenko2019AFS,
  title={A first synopsis of lichenicolous fungi of Mongolia, with the description of five new species},
  author={Mikhail P. Zhurbenko and Ochirbat Enkhtuya and Samiya Javkhlan},
  journal={Plant and Fungal Systematics},
  year={2019},
  volume={64},
  pages={345 - 366}
}
Abstract A first synopsis of lichenicolous fungi of Mongolia based on new collections and literature data is provided, including 114 species. Five new species are described: Capronia cogtii (on Vahliella leucophaea), Echinothecium hypogymniae (on Hypogymnia bitteri), Feltgeniomyces mongolicus (on H. bitteri), Phacopsis vulpicidae (on Vulpicida juniperina) and Roselliniella javkhlanae (on Rinodina turfacea var. ecrustacea). Two new combinations are proposed: Endococcus hafellneri (≡ Stigmidium… Expand

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