Eurotium leucocarpum sp.n.

  title={Eurotium leucocarpum sp.n.},
  author={R. Hadlok and A. C. Stolk},
  journal={Antonie van Leeuwenhoek},
Description and figures are presented of a new species ofEurotium: Eurotium leucocarpum sp.n.,Aspergillus leucocarpus st.conid. 
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