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Thecaphora stajsicii J.Kruse, R.G.Shivas & McTaggart, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Crous, P.W., Osieck, E.R., Jurjević, Ž. et al. (24 December 2021), Fungal Planet description sheets: 1284–1382. Persoonia 47: 359, "Colour illustrations." [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Typus. Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Canberra, Pialligo Redwood Forest, S35°19'12" E149°12'00", 595 m a.s.l., in capsules of Oxalis radicosa (Oxalidaceae), 13 Nov. 2018, J. Kruse 945 (holotype BRIP 68991, isotype MEL 2496300A; ...)"
  • Text: Fungal Planet description sheet 1377, with authors indicated as “Kruse, J., Shivas, R.G. & McTaggart, A.R.”
  • Text: DNA sequence: from holotype: GenBank MW892416 (ITS).
  • Text: identifier: MB 839329
  • Etymology: "In acknowledgement of Val Stajsic, an Australian botanist based at the National Herbarium of Victoria (MEL), who first recognised and collected smut fungi on Oxalis in Australia."

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