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Stomiopeltopsis nolinae and its synanamorph Parvosympodium nolinae from leaves of Nolina (Agavaceae)

@article{Ramaley2002StomiopeltopsisNA,
  title={Stomiopeltopsis nolinae and its synanamorph Parvosympodium nolinae from leaves of Nolina (Agavaceae)},
  author={Annette W. Ramaley},
  journal={Mycotaxon},
  year={2002},
  volume={83},
  pages={327-334}
}
Stomiopeltopsis nolinae sp. nov. is described. Two synanamorphs are also described. Parvosympodium nolinae gen. et sp. nov. is a hyphomycete formed in nature and culture. A pycnothyrial synanamorph was found associated with the ascomata in some collections. 

Taxonomy and the evolutionary history of Micropeltidaceae

The result indicates that the diversification of Angiospermae (130–80 Mya) fosters the formation of genera of Micropeltidaceae mainly via cospeciation events, and this codivergent period would be an important reference when establishing generic boundaries of epifoliar fungi.