Fungi

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Ascosphaeraceae
Ascosphaera subglobosa A.A.Wynns , legitimatescientific apni Wynns, A.A., Jensen, A.B., Eilenberg, J. & James, R. (9 August 2011), Ascosphaera subglobosa, a new spore cyst fungus from North America associated with the solitary bee Megachile rotundata. Mycologia 104 (1): 110, Figs. 3-4 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "HOLOTYPE: United States, UTAH: Cache County, Richmond, an alfalfa seed field in the vicinity of 1400 East High Creek Road, in the nest cell of M. rotundata, on both the pollen provisions and leaf-lining of the cell, Aug 2008, A.A.Wynns 5004 (C)."
  • Text: identifier: MB 519168
  • Text: DNA sequences: from holotype: GenBank HQ540523 (ITS), HQ540517 (LSU).

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