Fungal Systematics and Evolution: FUSE 3.

@article{KrisaiGreilhuber2017FungalSA,
  title={Fungal Systematics and Evolution: FUSE 3.},
  author={I. Krisai-Greilhuber and Yun Chen and S. Jabeen and H. Madrid and S. Marincowitz and A. Razaq and H. {\vS}ev{\vc}{\'i}kov{\'a} and H. Voglmayr and K. Yazıcı and A. Aptroot and A. Aslan and T. Boekhout and J. Borovi{\vc}ka and P. Crous and S. Ilyas and F. Jami and Yu-Lan Jiang and A. Khalid and A. Kolecka and Tereza Konvalinkov{\'a} and C. Norphanphoun and S. Shaheen and Yong Wang and M. Wingfield and Shi-Ping Wu and Yue-ming Wu and Jie-Ying Yu},
  journal={Sydowia},
  year={2017},
  volume={69},
  pages={
          229-264
        }
}
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