Pleosporales

@article{Zhang2011Pleosporales,
  title={Pleosporales},
  author={Y. Zhang and P. Crous and C. Schoch and K. Hyde},
  journal={Fungal Diversity},
  year={2011},
  volume={53},
  pages={1 - 221}
}
One hundred and five generic types of Pleosporales are described and illustrated. A brief introduction and detailed history with short notes on morphology, molecular phylogeny as well as a general conclusion of each genus are provided. For those genera where the type or a representative specimen is unavailable, a brief note is given. Altogether 174 genera of Pleosporales are treated. Phaeotrichaceae as well as Kriegeriella, Zeuctomorpha and Muroia are excluded from Pleosporales. Based on the… Expand
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