Neophaeosphaeria and Phaeosphaeriopsis, segregates of Paraphaeosphaeria.

@article{Cmara2003NeophaeosphaeriaAP,
  title={Neophaeosphaeria and Phaeosphaeriopsis, segregates of Paraphaeosphaeria.},
  author={Marcos Paz Saraiva C{\^a}mara and Annette W. Ramaley and Lisa A. Castlebury and Mary E. Palm},
  journal={Mycological research},
  year={2003},
  volume={107 Pt 5},
  pages={
          516-22
        }
}
Two new genera, Neophaeosphaeria and Phaeosphaeriopsis, are described to accommodate species of Paraphaeosphaeria that are not congeneric based on morphological characters and results of 18S rDNA sequence analyses. Paraphaeosphaeria s. str. is restricted to species with two-septate ascospores and anamorphs that produce non-septate, smooth, pale brown conidia enteroblastically from phialides which have some periclinal thickening. Species in Neophaeosphaeria have 3-4-septate ascospores and… 

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