Hyphomycetes from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park , including three new species

@inproceedings{Raja2007HyphomycetesFT,
  title={Hyphomycetes from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park , including three new species},
  author={Huzefa A. Raja and Alberto Miguel Stchigel and Andrew N. Miller and Judy L. Crane and Carol A. Shearer},
  year={2007}
}
As part of the All Taxa Biotic Inventory currently being conducted in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, samples of woody debris in freshwater and terrestrial habitats as well as leaves and soil organic matter in terrestrial habitats were collected and studied to detect the presence of hyphomycetes. Sixty hyphomycetes are reported here, and three new species are described and illustrated. Eleven species are new records for the USA, and fifteen species are new records for the park. 

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