Rhizophlyctidales--a new order in Chytridiomycota.

@article{Letcher2008RhizophlyctidalesaNO,
  title={Rhizophlyctidales--a new order in Chytridiomycota.},
  author={Peter M. Letcher and Martha J. Powell and Donald J. S. Barr and Perry F. Churchill and William S Wakefield and Kathryn T Picard},
  journal={Mycological research},
  year={2008},
  volume={112 Pt 9},
  pages={
          1031-48
        }
}

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