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A new systematic arrangement of the genus Oudemansiella s.str.(Physalacriaceae,Agaricales)

  title={A new systematic arrangement of the genus Oudemansiella s.str.(Physalacriaceae,Agaricales)},
  author={Yang Zhuliang and Zhang Lifang and Gregory M. Mueller and Gerhard W. Kost and Karl-Heinz Rexer},
The genus Oudemansiella s.str.has been revised and circumscribed as an assemblage of taxa excluding the genus Xerula s.str.A new systematic arrangement with four sections,i.e.,Oudemansiella,Mucidula,Dactylosporina and Radicatae,is proposed.Section Oudemansiella is comprised of tropical to south temperate species,e.g.,O.platensis,O.australis,O.canarii and O.crassifolia,with an ixotrichoderm pileipellis composed of filamentous hyphae that,in many cases,are intermixed with inflated cells often… 

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