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J.Fröhl. & K.D.Hyde Name author Fröhlich, J.; Hyde, K.D. Reference author
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7 References:
  1. Fröhlich, J.; Hyde, K.D. (1994), New Oxydothis species associated with palm leaf spots in north Queensland, Australia. Mycological Research 98
  2. Fröhlich, J.; Hyde, K.D. (1995), Astrosphaeriella fronsicola sp. nov. associated with leaf spots of Oraniopsis and other palms. Mycological Research 99
  3. Fröhlich, J.; Hyde, K.D. (1995), Maculatipalma fronsicola gen. et sp. nov. causing leaf spots on palmspecies in north Queensland with descriptions of related genera: Apioplagiostoma and Plagiostoma. Mycological Research 99
  4. Fröhlich, J.; Hyde, K.D. (1995), Guignardia candeloflamma sp. nov. causing leaf spots of Pinanga spp. Mycological Research 99
  5. Fröhlich, J.; Hyde, K.D. (1998), Fungi from palms. XXXIX. Asymmetricospora gen. et sp. nov. (Melanommataceae). Sydowia 50 (2)
  6. Fröhlich, J.; Hyde, K.D. (1998), Fungi from palms XXXVII. The genus Astrosphaeriella, including ten new species. Sydowia 50 (1)
  7. Fröhlich, J.; Hyde, K.D. (2000), Palm Microfungi. Fungal Diversity Research Series 3

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