Fungi

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Fusarium fasciculatum J.W.Xia, L.Lombard, Sand.-Den., X.G.Zhang & Crous, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Xia, J.W., Sandoval-Denis, M., Crous, P.W., Zhang, X.G. & Lombard, L. (14 October 2019), Numbers to names – restyling the Fusarium incarnatum-equiseti species complex. Persoonia 43: 203, fig. 10 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Typus. Australia, Northern Territories [sic for Northern Territory], Roper River area, from Oryza australiensis stem, Apr. 2009, T. Petrovic (holotype CBS H-24057 designated here, culture ex-type CBS 131382)."
  • Text: identifier: MB 831836
  • Text: DNA sequences: from holotype: GenBank MN170339 (cmdA), MN170406 (rpb2), MN170473 (tef1).
  • Etymology: "Name refers to the abundant formation of aggregated sporodochia on carnation leaf pieces."

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