Fungal Planet description sheets: 320–370

@article{Crous2015FungalPD,
  title={Fungal Planet description sheets: 320–370},
  author={P. Crous and M. Wingfield and J. Guarro and M. Hern{\'a}ndez-Restrepo and D. Sutton and K. Acharya and P. Barber and T. Boekhout and R. Dimitrov and M. Due{\~n}as and A. Dutta and J. Gen{\'e} and D. Gouliamova and M. Groenewald and L. Lombard and O. Morozova and J. Sarkar and M. Smith and A. Stchigel and N. Wiederhold and A. Alexandrova and I. Antelmi and J. Armengol and I. Barnes and J. Cano-Lira and R. F. Casta{\~n}eda Ru{\'i}z and M. Contu and Pr.R. Courtecuisse and A. L. da Silveira and C. Decock and A. de Goes and J. Edathodu and E. Ercole and A. C. Firmino and A. Fourie and J. Fournier and E. L. Furtado and A. Geering and J. Gershenzon and A. Giraldo and D. Gramaje and A. Hammerbacher and X. He and D. Haryadi and W. Khemmuk and A. Kovalenko and R. Krawczynski and F. Laich and C. Lechat and U. P. Lopes and H. Madrid and E. Malysheva and Y. Marin-Felix and M. Martin and L. Mostert and F. Nigro and O. L. Pereira and B. Picillo and D. Pinho and E. Popov and C. A. Rodas Pel{\'a}ez and S. Rooney-Latham and M. Sandoval-Denis and R. Shivas and V. Silva and M. Stoilova-Disheva and M. T. Telleria and C. Ullah and S. Unsicker and N. A. van der Merwe and A. Vizzini and H. G. Wagner and P. Wong and A. Wood and J. Groenewald},
  journal={Persoonia : Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi},
  year={2015},
  volume={34},
  pages={167 - 266}
}
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