Fungal systematics and evolution: FUSE 1

@article{Crous2015FungalSA,
  title={Fungal systematics and evolution: FUSE 1},
  author={P. Crous and R. K. Schumacher and M. Wingfield and L. Lombard and A. Giraldo and M. Christensen and A. Gardiennet and C. Nakashima and O. L. Pereira and Alexander J. Smith and J. Z. Groenewald},
  journal={Sydowia},
  year={2015},
  volume={67},
  pages={81-118}
}
Fungal Systematics and Evolution (FUSE) is introduced as a new series to expedite the publication of issues relating to the epitypification of formerly described species, report new sexual-asexual connections, the merging of sexual and asexual gen¬era following the end of dual nomenclature, and to describe species or note interesting observations regarding fungi. This first paper includes 18 new combinations, 13 new species, three new genera and one new family. All taxa are ascomycetes, except… Expand
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