Fungal Planet description sheets: 320–370

@article{Crous2015FungalPD,
  title={Fungal Planet description sheets: 320–370},
  author={Pedro W. Crous and Michael J. Wingfield and Josep Guarro and Margarita Hern{\'a}ndez-Restrepo and Deanna A. Sutton and Krishnendu Acharya and Paul A. Barber and Teun Boekhout and Roumen A. Dimitrov and Margarita Due{\~n}as and A. K. Dutta and Josepa Gen{\'e} and Dilnora E. Gouliamova and Marizeth Groenewald and Lorenzo Lombard and Olga V. Morozova and J. Sarkar and M.Th. Smith and Alberto Miguel Stchigel and Nathan P. Wiederhold and A. V. Alexandrova and Ilaria Antelmi and Josep Armengol and Irene Barnes and Jos{\'e} Francisco Cano-Lira and Rafael F. Casta{\~n}eda Ru{\'i}z and Marco Contu and Pr.R. Courtecuisse and Aleth{\'e}ia Lacerda da Silveira and Cony Decock and Ant{\'o}nio de Goes and Jameela Edathodu and Enrico Ercole and Ana Carolina Firmino and Arista Fourie and Jacques Fournier and Edson Luis Furtado and Andrew D. W. Geering and Jonathan Gershenzon and Alejandra Giraldo and David Gramaje and Almuth Hammerbacher and X-L. He and Dendy Sukma Haryadi and Wanporn Khemmuk and Alexander E. Kovalenko and Ren{\'e} Krawczynski and Federico Laich and Christian Lechat and Ueder Pedro Lopes and Hugo Madrid and Ekaterina F. Malysheva and Yasmina Marin-Felix and Mp Martin and Lizel Mostert and Franco Nigro and Olinto Liparini Pereira and Bernardo Picillo and Danilo Batista Pinho and Eugene S. Popov and C.A. Rodas Pel{\'a}ez and Suzanne Rooney-Latham and Marcelo Sandoval-Denis and Roger Graham Shivas and V{\'i}ctor Silva and Margarita Stoilova-Disheva and M. Teresa Telleria and Chhana Ullah and Sybille B. Unsicker and Nicolaas Albertus van der Merwe and Alfredo Vizzini and H.-G. Wagner and Percy T.W. Wong and Alan R. Wood and J.Z. Groenewald},
  journal={Persoonia : Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi},
  year={2015},
  volume={34},
  pages={167 - 266}
}
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