Pleosporales in Japan (1): the genus Lophiostoma

@article{Tanaka2003PleosporalesIJ,
  title={Pleosporales in Japan (1): the genus Lophiostoma},
  author={Kazuaki Tanaka and Yukio Harada},
  journal={Mycoscience},
  year={2003},
  volume={44},
  pages={0085-0096}
}
Abstract Seven species of the genus Lophiostoma were the subject of this study. Among these, Lophiostoma mucosum is described and illustrated as a new species. All other species, L. macrostomum, L. semiliberum, L. arundinis, L. caulium, L. caudatum, and L. winteri, are reported for the first time in Japan. A key to the species of Lophiostoma in Japan is given. 
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