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Enumeration of Remarkable Japanese Discomycetes (5): First Records of one Operculate and two Inoperculate Discomycetes in Japan

@inproceedings{Hosoya2011EnumerationOR,
  title={Enumeration of Remarkable Japanese Discomycetes (5): First Records of one Operculate and two Inoperculate Discomycetes in Japan},
  author={Tsuyoshi Hosoya and Jae-Gu Han and Yukiko Saito and Zhao Yan-jie and Makoto Kakishima and Hyeon-Dong Shin},
  year={2011}
}
Three remarkable discomycetes (one operculate and two inoperculate) documented for the first time in Japan are described and illustrated: Bisporella discedens (Helotiaceae, Helotiales), Proliferodiscus alboviridis (Hyaloscyphaceae, Helotiales), and Ramsbottomia asperior (Pyrone- mataceae, Pezizales). Sequences of their ITS-5.8S region (barcoding region) were obtained and BLAST searched to confirm and evaluate their taxonomic position. 

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