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The emended Ustilaginaceae of the modern c 1 assificatory system for smut fungi

@inproceedings{Vanky2007TheEU,
  title={The emended Ustilaginaceae of the modern c 1 assificatory system for smut fungi},
  author={Kálmán Vánky},
  year={2007}
}
Some of the higher taxa of the modern classificatory system for smut fungi are analysed. It is shown that the emended family of Ustilaginaceae, with its 29 genera unified by an identical ultrastructure, is heterogeneous. Based on classical morphological and ecological characters, including host taxonomy, several genera are excluded from this family and placed into other families. New families proposed are: Clintamraceae, Dermatosoraceae, Farysiaceae, Geminaginaceae, Melanopsichiaceae… 
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