Two new hyphomycetes: Codinaea sinensis sp. nov. and Parapleurotheciopsis quercicola sp. nov., and two new records from Quercus phillyraeoides leaf litter

  title={Two new hyphomycetes: Codinaea sinensis sp. nov. and Parapleurotheciopsis quercicola sp. nov., and two new records from Quercus phillyraeoides leaf litter},
  author={De‐Wei Li and B. Jacob Kendrick and Jingyuan Chen},
  journal={Mycological Progress},
  pages={899 - 905}
Two new species, Codinaea sinensis and Parapleurotheciopsis quercicola from leaf litter of Quercus phillyraeoides collected from Wudangshan, Hubei, China are described and illustrated. Conidiogenous cells of Codinaea sinensis are phialides, the conidia 1-celled, falcate, smooth, colorless, 9.7–11 × 2.0–2.4 μm, with a single, unbranched setula at each end. Conidia of Parapleurotheciopsis quercicola are 3–5-septate, cylindro-ellipsoidal, colorless, smooth, thin-walled, 19–24 × 4.4–5.4 μm. A key… 

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