Three new Xylaria species from Russian Far East

@article{Ju2009ThreeNX,
  title={Three new Xylaria species from Russian Far East},
  author={Yu-Ming Ju and Huei-Mei Hsieh and Larissa N. Vasilyeva and Alexander Akulov},
  journal={Mycologia},
  year={2009},
  volume={101},
  pages={548 - 553}
}
Three new species of Xylaria, X. lepidota, X. primorskensis and X. sibirica were collected from Primorsky Territory in Russian Far East and neighboring areas. Xylaria primorskensis is a species with erect, stipitate stromata, whereas X. lepidota and X. sibirica produce stunted, sessile stromata. Cultures were obtained from X. primorskensis and X. sibirica. Xylaria sibirica formed a Xylocoremium anamorph in culture, while X. primorskensis remained sterile. 
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