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Teichosporaceae, another family in the Pleosporales

  title={Teichosporaceae, another family in the Pleosporales},
  author={Margaret E. Barr},
The family Teichosporaceae is proposed to include eight genera, most of them previously assigned to the lichenicolous Dacampiaceae. New species are described as Byssothecium cholla, Sinodidymella americana, and S. hesperia. New combinations are proposed for Pleospora obiones in Byssothecium, for Trematosphaeria cactorum in Chaetomastia, for Didymosphaeria atraseptata in Immotthia, and for Melanopsammina utahensis in Sinodidymella. 

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