Towards a natural classification of Dothideomycetes 7: The genera Allosoma , Austropleospora , Dangeardiella , Griggsia and Karschia (Dothideomycetes incertae sedis )

@article{Thambugala2014TowardsAN,
  title={Towards a natural classification of Dothideomycetes 7: The genera Allosoma , Austropleospora , Dangeardiella , Griggsia and Karschia (Dothideomycetes incertae sedis )},
  author={Kasun M. Thambugala and Chonticha Singtripop and Yu Chunfang and Eric H. C. Mckenzie and Zuo-Y Liu and Ekachai Chukeatirote and Kevin David Hyde},
  journal={Phytotaxa},
  year={2014},
  volume={181},
  pages={34-46}
}
This is the seventh of a series of papers in which we report on re-examination of herbarium types of Dothideomycetes genera, incertae sedis . By examining and re-describing the generic types which are not previously illustrated or are poorly described, we attempt to propose their familial and higher placement according to the morphology based on modern taxonomic concepts. In this paper the type specimens of Allosoma , Austropleospora , Dangeardiella, Griggsia and Karschia were re-examined and… 

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