Naming and outline of Dothideomycetes–2014 including proposals for the protection or suppression of generic names

@article{Wijayawardene2014NamingAO,
  title={Naming and outline of Dothideomycetes–2014 including proposals for the protection or suppression of generic names},
  author={Nalin N. Wijayawardene and Pedro W. Crous and Paul M. Kirk and David L. Hawksworth and Saranyaphat Boonmee and Uwe Braun and Dong-Qin Dai and Melvina J. D’souza and Paul Diederich and Asha J. Dissanayake and Mingkhuan Doilom and Singang Hongsanan and Evan B. Gareth Jones and Johannes Z. Groenewald and Ruvishika S. Jayawardena and James D. Lawrey and Jian-Kui Liu and Robert L{\"u}cking and Hugo Madrid and Dimuthu S. Manamgoda and Lucia Muggia and Matthew P. Nelsen and Rungtiwa Phookamsak and Satinee Suetrong and Kazuaki Tanaka and Kasun M. Thambugala and Dhanushka Nadeeshan Wanasinghe and Saowanee Wikee and Ying Zhang and Andr{\'e} Aptroot and Hiran A. Ariyawansa and Ali H. Bahkali and D. Jayarama Bhat and C{\'e}cile Gueidan and Putarak Chomnunti and Gerrit Sybren de Hoog and Kerry Knudsen and Wen-Jing Li and Eric H. C. McKenzie and Andrew N. Miller and Alan J. L. Phillips and Marcin Piątek and Huzefa A. Raja and Roger S. Shivas and Bernad Slippers and Joanne E. Taylor and Qing Tian and Yong Wang and Joyce H. C. Woudenberg and Lei Cai and Walter M Jaklitsch and Kevin David Hyde},
  journal={Fungal Diversity},
  year={2014},
  volume={69},
  pages={1-55}
}
Article 59.1, of the International Code of Nomenclature for Algae, Fungi, and Plants (ICN; Melbourne Code), which addresses the nomenclature of pleomorphic fungi, became effective from 30 July 2011. Since that date, each fungal species can have one nomenclaturally correct name in a particular classification. All other previously used names for this species will be considered as synonyms. The older generic epithet takes priority over the younger name. Any widely used younger names proposed for… 

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