Resolving the phylogenetic placement of Porobeltraniella and allied genera in the Beltraniaceae

@article{Rajeshkumar2016ResolvingTP,
  title={Resolving the phylogenetic placement of Porobeltraniella and allied genera in the Beltraniaceae},
  author={K. C. Rajeshkumar and P. Crous and J. Z. Groenewald and K. Seifert},
  journal={Mycological Progress},
  year={2016},
  volume={15},
  pages={1119-1136}
}
The circumscription of Beltraniaceae has thus far been based on the unique morphological characters of its genera, although these assumptions have never been tested phylogenetically because of a lack of DNA sequence data. The Indian Western Ghats is rich with diverse strains of Beltrania and similar genera, and therefore an attempt was made to re-collect as many species as possible, to study their taxonomy, and to resolve their phylogeny based on LSU and ITS nrDNA sequences. This study provides… Expand

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