Three New Recorded Species of the Physalacriaceae on Ulleung Island, Korea

  title={Three New Recorded Species of the Physalacriaceae on Ulleung Island, Korea},
  author={Ki Hyeong Park and Changmu Kim and Minkyeong Kim and Nam Kyu Kim and Jae Young Park and John A Eimes and Hae Jin Cho and Sang-Kuk Han and Young Woon Lim},
  pages={9 - 14}
Abstract Most known species in the Physalacriaceae are saprotrophs that grow on decaying leaves and wood, and approximately 21 genera in the Physalacriaceae have been reported worldwide. During an ongoing survey of indigenous fungi in Korea, four specimens belonging to the Physalacriaceae were collected on Ulleung Island. These specimens were identified as three species based on morphological characteristics and molecular analysis of rDNA-internal transcribed spacer sequences. Three species in… 
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