Three new species of Ophiostomatales from Nothofagus in Patagonia

@article{Errasti2016ThreeNS,
  title={Three new species of Ophiostomatales from Nothofagus in Patagonia},
  author={A. D. Errasti and Z. W. D. Beer and M. Coetzee and J. Roux and M. Rajchenberg and M. Wingfield},
  journal={Mycological Progress},
  year={2016},
  volume={15},
  pages={1-15}
}
The Ophiostomatales (Ascomycota) include mainly insect and mite-associated fungi, the majority of which are found on trees. Very little is known regarding the occurrence or diversity of these fungi in South America. The aim of this study was to consider their occurrence on native Nothofagus trees in the Patagonian Andes of Argentina. Isolates were collected in national parks and provincial reserves in Patagonia between 2009 and 2011. These were grouped based on morphology, and 22 representative… Expand

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