The genus Fusariella

@article{Lin2016TheGF,
  title={The genus Fusariella},
  author={Chuan-Gen Lin and Yun Chen and Eric H. C. Mckenzie and Darbhe Jayarama Bhat and Hiran A. Ariyawansa and Kevin David Hyde and Yong Wang},
  journal={Mycological Progress},
  year={2016},
  volume={15},
  pages={1313-1326}
}
The genus Fusariella, typified by F. atrovirens, is characterised by semi- to macronematous, mononematous conidiophores, with cylindrical, subulate or lageniform phialidic conidiogenous cells that produce catenate, septate, curved to straight, subhyaline to brown conidia. [...] Key Result The result of phylogenetic analyses, based on combined SSU, LSU, TEF and RPB2 sequence data, indicates that the genus belongs in the family Bionectriaceae (Hypocreales, Sordariomycetes).Expand
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