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Title: Report: Arcangeliella claridgei Comb. Nov. and A. Corkii comb. nov. transferred from the genus Zelleromyces.

Author: Trappe, J.; Claridge, A.;

Date: 2008

Source: Australian Mycologist

Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)

Description:

J. M. Vidal's recent reexaminatlon of the holotype of Arcangeliella borziana Cavara, the type species of that genus, revealed that it has been misinterpreted by various authors in the past. Vidal synonymised the genus Zelleromyces with Arcangeliella and transferred all Zelleromyces spp. to Arcangeliella except for two Australian species, Z. claridgei and Z. corkii. We complete his transfers here with· the new combinations Arcangeliella claridgei and A. corkii.

Keywords: Mycology, Arcangeliella, Zelleromyces.

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Trappe, J.; Claridge, A. 2008. Report: Arcangeliella Claridgei Comb. Nov. and A. Corkii Comb. Nov. transferred from Genus Zelleromyces. Australiasian Mycologis 27(2):117.

 


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