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Two new species of Hyalorbilia from Taiwan

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  title={Two new species of Hyalorbilia from Taiwan},
  author={梁世雄 and M. Wu and Y. C. Su and H. O. Braral and Shih-hsiung Liang},
  year={2006}
}
During our study of orbiliaceous fungi from southern Taiwan, two uncommon taxa referable to the genus Hyalorbilia growing on the bark of decayed undetermined wet branches of broadleaved trees were collected. They are here described as new species, Hyalorbila arcuata and H. biguttulata. Hyalorbilia arcuata collected from 800-1500 m altitude is characterized by strongly curved ascospores, while H. biguttulata collected from 800 m altitude has two large globose spore bodies in broadly ellipsoid… 

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