Common but different: The expanding realm of Cladosporium

@inproceedings{Bensch2015CommonBD,
  title={Common but different: The expanding realm of Cladosporium},
  author={K. Bensch and J. Z. Groenewald and Uwe Braun and Jan Dijksterhuis and M. de Jes{\'u}s Y{\'a}{\~n}ez-Morales and P W Crous},
  booktitle={Studies in mycology},
  year={2015}
}
The genus Cladosporium (Cladosporiaceae, Dothideomycetes), which represents one of the largest genera of dematiaceous hyphomycetes, has been intensively investigated during the past decade. In the process, three major species complexes (C. cladosporioides, C. herbarum and C. sphaerospermum) were resolved based on morphology and DNA phylogeny, and a monographic revision of the genus (s. lat.) published reflecting the current taxonomic status quo. In the present study a further 19 new species are… CONTINUE READING

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