Fungi

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Pseudosydowia queenslandica R.G.Shivas, Marney & Y.P.Tan, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Crous, P.W., Cowan, D.A., Maggs-Kölling, G. et al. (13 July 2021), Fungal Planet description sheets: 1182–1283. Persoonia 46: 501, "Colour illustrations." [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Typus. Australia, Queensland, Brisbane, Indooroopilly, on living leaves of Eucalyptus sp. (Myrtaceae), 13 Sept. 2001, T.S. Marney (holotype BRIP 28249, includes ex-type culture ...)"
  • Text: identifier: MB 838441
  • Text: Fungal Planet description sheet 1272, with authors indicated as “Tan, Y.P., Marney, T.S., Bishop-Hurley, S., Lacey, E. & Shivas, R.G.”
  • Text: DNA sequences: from culture ex-type: GenBank MW443077 (ITS), MW443082 (LSU).
  • Etymology: "Refers to the Australian state of Queensland, where the fungus was isolated."

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