Five new Penicillium species in section Sclerotiora: a tribute to the Dutch Royal family

@inproceedings{Visagie2013FiveNP,
  title={Five new Penicillium species in section Sclerotiora: a tribute to the Dutch Royal family},
  author={C. A. Visagie and Jos Houbraken and C. Rodriques and Cristina Silva Pereira and Jan Dijksterhuis and K A Seifert and Karin Jacobs and Robert a. Samson},
  booktitle={Persoonia},
  year={2013}
}
Current literature accepts 17 species in Penicillium section Sclerotiora. Several produce colonies in bright yellow to orange colours and have monoverticillate conidiophores, apart from P. herquei, P. malachiteum and P. nodositatum, which are biverticillate. The focus of this paper is to refine the concepts of the species currently accepted in the section and introduce five new species, named after the Dutch Royal family as P. vanoranjei, P. maximae, P. amaliae, P. alexiae and P. arianeae… CONTINUE READING
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