Phylogeny and taxonomic revision of Microascaceae with emphasis on synnematous fungi

@article{SandovalDenis2016PhylogenyAT,
  title={Phylogeny and taxonomic revision of Microascaceae with emphasis on synnematous fungi},
  author={M. Sandoval-Denis and J. Guarro and J. Cano-Lira and D. Sutton and N. Wiederhold and G. S. de Hoog and S. Abbott and C. Decock and L. Sigler and J. Gen{\'e}},
  journal={Studies in Mycology},
  year={2016},
  volume={83},
  pages={193 - 233}
}
The taxonomy of the synnematous genera Cephalotrichum, Doratomyces and Trichurus, and other related genera Gamsia, Wardomyces and Wardomycopsis, has been controversial and relies mainly on morphological criteria. These are microascaceous saprobic fungi mostly found in air and soil and with a worldwide distribution. In order to clarify their taxonomy and to delineate generic boundaries within the Microascaceae, we studied 57 isolates that include clinical, environmental and all the available ex… Expand
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