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951 

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MycoBank: MB832856.

Pseudobeltrania lauri Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Laurus from which it was isolated.


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952 

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MycoBank: MB832857.

Parafenestella pittospori Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Pittosporum from which it was isolated.


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953 

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MycoBank: MB832858.

Neoanungitea eucalyptorum Crous, sp. nov.
Classification Microthyriaceae, Microthyriales, Dothideomycetes.



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954 

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MycoBank: MB832859.

Pilidium novae-zelandiae Crous, sp. nov
Etymology.
Name refers to the country where the fungus was collected.


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955 

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MycoBank: MB832860.

Phyllosticta encephalarticola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Encephalartos from which it was isolated.


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956 

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MycoBank: MB832861.

Alloconiothyrium encephalarti Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Encephalartos from which it was isolated.


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957 

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MycoBank: MB832862.

Lithohypha aloicola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Aloe from which it was isolated


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958 

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MycoBank: MB832863.

Neothyrostroma Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to its morphological similarity with Thyrostroma


MycoBank: MB832864.

Neothyrostroma encephalarti Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Encephalartos from which it was isolated.


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959 

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MycoBank: MB832865.

Falcocladium eucalypti Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Eucalyptus from which it was isolated.


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960 

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MycoBank: MB832866.

Gyrothrix eucalypti Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology
Name refers to the host genus Eucalyptus from which it was isolated..


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961 

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MycoBank: MB832867

Neoplatysporoides aloes Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Aloe from which it was isolated.


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962 

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MycoBank: MB832868

Chalara eucalypticola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Eucalyptus from which it was isolated.


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963 

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MycoBank: MB832869

Neokirramyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects its morphological similarity to Kirramyces


MycoBank: MB832870

Neokirramyces syzygii Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Syzygium from which it was isolated.


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964 

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MycoBank: MB832871

Lareunionomyces eucalypticola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Eucalyptus from which it was isolated.


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965 

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MycoBank: MB832872

Lectera philenopterae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Philenoptera from which it was isolated.


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966 

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MycoBank: MB832873

Verrucocladosporium visseri Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
In honour of Johan Visser, former Springbok and Captain of the Stellenbosch University Waveski Surfing Team, who regularly practiced with his team members at Skaapeiland, IJzerfontein, during the 1980s.


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967 

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MycoBank: MB832874

Stomiopeltis syzygii Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to the host genus Syzygium from which it was isolated.


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968 

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MycoBank: MB832875

Teratosphaeria corymbiicola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Corymbia from which it was isolated.


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969 

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MycoBank: MB832876

Anungitiomycetaceae Crous, fam. nov.
Etymology.
Based on the genus Anungitiomyces.


MycoBank: MB832877

Nothoramichloridium Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects its morphological similarity to Ramichloridium.


MycoBank: MB832878

Nothoramichloridium perseae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Persea from which it was isolated.


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970 

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MycoBank: MB832879

Hippopotamyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Hippopota- (from Hippopotamus) grazing at the collection site.


MycoBank: MB832880

Hippopotamyces phragmitis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Phragmites from which it was isolated


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971 

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MycoBank: MB832881

Neoconiothyrium viticola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Vitis from which it was isolated


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972 

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MycoBank: MB832882

Distoseptispora caricis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Carex from which it was isolated.


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973 

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MycoBank: MB832883

Monochaetia massachusettsianum Crous & Jurjević, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the state in the USA where it was collected, Massachusetts.


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974 

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MycoBank: MB832884

Xylaria eucalypti Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.Name refers to the host genus Eucalyptus from which it was isolated.


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975 & 976 

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MycoBank: MB832885

Vermiculariopsiella pini Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Pinus from which it was isolated.


MycoBank: MB832986

Tracyllales Crous, ord. nov..
Etymology.
Name based on the genus Tracylla.


MycoBank: MB832886

Neotracylla Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects its morphological similarity to Tracylla.


MycoBank: MB832887

Neotracylla pini Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Pinus from which it was isolated.


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977 

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MycoBank: MB832888.

Clypeosphaeria oleae Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Olea from which it was isolated.


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978 

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MycoBank: MB832889.

Leptosillia mayteni Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Maytenus from which it was isolated.


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979 

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MycoBank: MB833022

Nothodactylariaceae Crous, fam. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the genus othodactylaria..


MycoBank: MB833023

Nothodactylaria Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to its similarity with Dactylaria


MycoBank: MB832890

Nothodactylaria nephrolepidis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Nephrolepis from which it was isolated.


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980 

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MycoBank: MB832891.

Cyphellophora goniomatis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Gonioma from which it was isolated.


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981 

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MycoBank: MB832892.

Scolecobasidium blechni Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Blechnum from which it was isolated.


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982 

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MycoBank: MB832893

Strelitziomyces Crous, gen. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Strelitzia from which it was isolated.


MycoBank: MB832894

Strelitziomyces knysnanus Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the location where it was collected, Knysna.


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983 

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MycoBank: MB832895.

Gyrothrix oleae Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Olea from which it was isolated.


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984 

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MycoBank: MB832896.

Scolecobasidium podocarpicola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Podocarpus from which it was isolated.


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985 

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MycoBank: MB832898.

Ceramothyrium podocarpicola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Podocarpus from which it was isolated.


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986 

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MycoBank: MB832899.

Pseudopenidiella podocarpi Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Podocarpus from which it was isolated..


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987 

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MycoBank: MB832900

Cylindromonium Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to its cylindrical conidia and acremonium-like morphology.


MycoBank: MB832901

Cylindromonium eugeniicola Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Eugenia from which it was isolated.


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988 

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MycoBank: MB832904.

Harzia metrosideri Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to the host genus Metrosideros from which it was isolated.


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989 

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MycoBank: MB832905.

Neodevriesia strelitziicola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Strelitzia from which it was isolated.


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990 

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MycoBank: MB832906.

Paramycosphaerella watsoniae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Watsonia from which it was isolated.


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991 

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MycoBank: MB832907.

Zygosporium pseudomasonii Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to its morphological similarity to Zygosporium masonii.


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992 

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MycoBank: MB830132.

Cylindrocladiella postalofficium Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The famous milkwood tree in Mossel Bay is over 500 years old. It is commonly known as the Post Office Tree, as in 1500 a sailor left a letter in a shoe at the tree, found by Joao da Nova in 1501 en-route to India. Name derived from L. postalis = postal, and L. officium = service; isolated from leaf litter of the Post Office Tree.


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993 

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MycoBank: MB832909.

Periconia neobrittanica Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to its morphological similarity with Periconia brittanica.


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994 

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MycoBank: MB832910.

Pseudocamarosporium eucalypti Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Eucalyptus from which it was isolated


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995 

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MycoBank: MB832911.

Pseudocercospora heteropyxidicola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Heteropyxis from which it was isolated.


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996 

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MycoBank: MB832912.

Davidiellomyces juncicola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Juncus from which it was isolated.


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997 

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MycoBank: MB832913.

Cytosporella juncicola Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Juncus from which it was isolated.


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998 

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MycoBank: MB832914.

Neohelicomyces melaleucae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Melaleuca from which it was isolated.


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999 

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MycoBank: MB832915

Podocarpomyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus on which it occurs, Podocarpus


MycoBank: MB832916

Podocarpomyces knysnanus Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the location in South Africa where the fungus was collected, Knysna.


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1000 

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MycoBank: MB832917

Millesimomyces Crous & M.J. Wingf., gen. nov.
Etymology.
Composed of millesimus (thousandth; for species No. 1000 described in Fungal Planet) and the suffix -myces (múkēs, Greek, fungus).


MycoBank: MB832918

Millesimomyces rhoicissi Crous & M.J. Wingf., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Rhoicissus, the host genus from which this fungus was isolated.


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1001 

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MycoBank: MB832765.

Boletopsis mediterraneensis G. Moreno, Carlavilla, Bellanger, Olariaga, P.-A. Moreau,
Bidaud, Loizides & Manjón, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Referring to its Mediterranean distribution.


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1002 

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MycoBank: MB832741.

Boletus candidissimus T.H.G. Pham, A.V. Alexandrova & O.V. Morozova, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to the pure white colour of the basidiomata.


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1003 

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MycoBank: MB832116.

Bovista psammophila A.C.M. Rodrigues, Baseia & M.P. Martín, sp. nov.
Etymology.
In reference to the sandy habit.


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1004 

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MycoBank: MB831334.

Calycina cortegadensis De la Peña-Lastra, P. Alvarado & Requejo, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to the place where it was found (Illa de Cortegada, Parque Nacional Marítimo-Terrestre de las Islas Atlánticas, Galicia, Spain).


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1005 

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MycoBank: MB830214.

Chromosera ambigua Tanchaud, Jargeat & Eyssart., sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet reflects the difficulties encountered in separating this species from morphologically close Chromosera ‒ from Latin ambigua (doubtful, uncertain).


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1006 

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MycoBank: MB832139.

Cladosporium fildesense C. Gil-Durán, Vaca & R. Chávez, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Fildes Bay Area, King George Island, Antarctica, where the fungus was isolated.


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1007 

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MycoBank: MB832755.

Clavulina iris Loizides, Bellanger & P.-A. Moreau, sp. nov.
Etymology.
In honour of the mythical Greek goddess Iris (Ἶρις), associated with the rainbow.


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1008 

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MycoBank: MB830891.

Colletotrichum roseum M. Zapata, M.A. Palma, M.J. Aninat & Piont., sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to the rose-coloured aerial mycelia in culture.


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1009 

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MycoBank: MB832492.

Cordyceps jakajanicola Luangsa-ard, Tasan., Noisrip. & Hywel-Jones, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host, jakajan, cicada in Thai and cola - Latin suffix meaning ‘inhabitant of, residing on’.


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1010 

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MycoBank: MB831637.

Cordyceps kuiburiensis Himaman, Mongkols., Noisrip. & Luangsa-ard, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The name refers to the location where the species was collected – Kui Buri National Park, Thailand.


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1011 

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MycoBank: MB831790.

Emmonsiellopsis tuberculata Torres-Garcia, Guarro & Gené, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the conidial ornamentation of the species


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1012 

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MycoBank: MB824048.

Fusarium awaxy Petters-Vandresen, Galli-Terasawa, Terasawa & Glienke, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the Tupi-Guarani word for maize, ‘awaxy’, referring to the substrate (maize ears and stalks) and geographical location (Arapoti and Guarapuava cities in Paraná, as these names come from the Tupi-Guarani language).


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1013 

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MycoBank: MB830896.

Geastrum lanuginosum R.V.B. Araújo, J.O. Sousa, M.P. Martín, Baseia & B.D.B Silva, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the woolly appearance of the exoperidium surface


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1014 

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MycoBank: MB832754.

Geastrum wrightii J.C. Zamora, Dios, G. Moreno, Hern. Caff. & L.S. Domínguez, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Jorge E. Wright, Argentinian mycologist who contributed to the study of numerous neotropical gasteroid fungi, including the genus Geastrum.


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1015 

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MycoBank: MB831976.

Golovinomyces glandulariae L. Kiss & Vaghefi, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to the genus Glandularia, from which this obligate biotrophic fungus was isolated.


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1016 

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MycoBank: MB832757.

Helminthosphaeria hispidissima J. Fourn. & A.N. Mill., sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to the very bristly hairs covering the ascomata


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1017 

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MycoBank: MB832759

Hermetothecium T.F. Nóbrega, B.W. Ferreira, H.C. Evans & R.W. Barreto, gen. nov.
Etymology
. Having a sealed sporocarp..


MycoBank: MB832760

Hermetothecium mikaniae-micranthae T.F. Nóbrega, B.W. Ferreira, H.C. Evans & R.W. Barreto, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the host, Mikania micrantha.


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1018 

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MycoBank: MB831225.

Lactifluus guanensis Delgat & Lodge, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Refers to the island where the species was found.


description 1

1019 

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MycoBank: MB831739.

Mollisia cortegadensis De la Peña-Lastra & P. Alvarado, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to the place where it was found (Illa de Cortegada, Parque Nacional Marítimo-Terrestre de las Islas Atlánticas, Galicia, Spain).


description 1

1020 

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MycoBank: MB830259.

Ophiocordyceps khonkaenensis Tasan., Thanakitp. & Luangsa-ard, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the country where the fungus was collected.


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1021 

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MycoBank: MB832433

Penicillium cuddlyae Visagie & I.H. Rong, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Latin, cuddlyae, named after Cuddly the Dachshund; this species was isolated from her dog food


description 1

1022 

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MycoBank: MB832747.

Penicillium reconvexovelosoi J.P. Andrade, C.N. Figueiredo, H.G. Souza, J.T. De Souza & P.A.S. Marbach, sp. nov.
Etymology.
reconvexovelosoi, named in honour of the artist Caetano Veloso, an icon of Brazilian culture in the struggle for freedom of expression mainly during the military dictatorship.


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1023 

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MycoBank: MB831298.

Pluteus liliputianus E.F. Malysheva & Malysheva, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet reflects very small, diminutive size of basidiocarps..


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1024 

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MycoBank: MB831299.

Pluteus spurius E.F. Malysheva & Malysheva, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the similarity of the newly described species with a group of closely related taxa and the possibility of confusion when definition is based only on macroscopic features.


description 1

1025 

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MycoBank: MB832058.

Psathyrella ovispora D. Deschuyteneer, Heykoop & G. Moreno, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name reflects the unusual morphology of its spores.


description 1

1026 

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MycoBank: MB831899.

Psathyrella pivae Heykoop, G. Moreno & M. Mata, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for Dr Alfio Piva, former Director of the INBio and ex vice-president of the Republic of Costa Rica, recognising his contribution to the conservation of biodiversity.


description 1

1027 

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MycoBank: MB832750.

Pseudogymnoascus lindneri Rea, Smyth & Overton, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after Daniel Lindner from the United States Forest Service for his significant contributions to the modern taxonomy of Pseudogymnoascus and his contributions to White-nose Syndrome research.


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1028 

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MycoBank: MB832738.

Pseudogymnoascus turneri Rea, Smyth & Overton, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Gregory G. Turner from the Pennsylvania Game Commission for his many contributions to the study and conservation of hibernating bats affected by White-nose Syndrome, a wildlife disease caused by the invasive fungal pathogen Pseudogymnoascus destructans.


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1029 

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MycoBank: MB830772.

Pulchroboletus sclerotiorum M.E. Sm., Bessette & A.R. Bessette, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet sclerotiorum is in reference to the subterranean orange sclerotia formed by this species.


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1030 

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MycoBank: MB831387.

Russula quercus-floribundae M. Kiran & Adamčík, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The name refers to the probable host tree, Quercus floribunda (synonym Q. dilatata)..


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1031 

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MycoBank: MB829901.

Setophoma caverna F. Liu & L. Cai, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the habitat of this fungus, occurring in a cave.


description 1

1032 

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MycoBank: MB831660.

Sorocybe oblongispora Tanney & Seifert, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Refers to the oblong conidia that distinguish this species from the related S. resinae.


description 1

1033 

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MycoBank: MB831973.

Stagonosporopsis vannaccii Baroncelli, Cafà, Castro, Boufleur & Massola, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named in honour of the Italian mycologist Giovanni Vannacci, for his important contributions to the study of fungi..


description 1

1034 

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MycoBank: MB832488.

Talaromyces clemensii Visagie & Yilmaz, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Latin, clemensii, named after Clemens Kiessig of Barberton Mines who assisted with sample collections inside goldmine shaft.


description 1

1035 

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MycoBank: MB832313.

Talaromyces guatemalensis A. Nováková, Svec, F. Sklenar, Kubátová & M. Kolařík, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named according to the geographical origin of investigated isolates.


description 1

1036 

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MycoBank: MB831972.

Terfezia dunensis Ant. Rodr., Cabero, Luque & Morte, sp. nov..
Etymology.
In accordance with the habitat (coastal dunes).


description 1

1037 

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MycoBank: MB830132.

Trichoderma aestuarinum M. Gonçalves & A. Alves, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the environment where the species was collected, namely an estuary


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1038 

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MycoBank: MB832580.

Tuber lucentum Bordallo, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to Lucentum, the old Roman name for the city of Alicante (Spain), the locality where this species was found.


description 1

1039 

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MycoBank: MB830132.

Veloporphyrellus vulpinus T.H.G. Pham, O.V. Morozova, A.V. Alexandrova & E.S. Popov, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet vulpinus (Latin for ‘of or belonging to a fox’) refers to the reddish brown colour of the basidiomata, like fox fur.


description 1

1040 

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MycoBank: MB831789.

Venturia submersa Iturrieta-González, Gené, Dania García, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Referring to the fungus growing on submerged plant debris..


description 1

1041 

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MycoBank: MB830584.

Apenidiella antarctica Ivanushkina, Kochkina, Vasilenko & Ozerskaya, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Antarctica, where the fungus was collected..


description 1

1042 

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MycoBank: MB835393.

Phacidiella alsophilae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Alsophila from which it was isolated..


description 1

1043 

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MycoBank: MB835395.

Poaceascoma filiforme Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to its characteristic filiform ascospores.


description 1

1044 

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MycoBank: MB835396.

Nothoseiridium Crous, gen. nov
Etymology.
Name refers to the fact that it is related to Seiridium, but morphologically distinct from that genus.


MycoBank: MB835397

Nothoseiridium podocarpi Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Podocarpus from which it was isolated.s


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1045 

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MycoBank: MB835395.

Coleophoma podocarpi Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Podocarpus from which it was isolated.


description 1

1046 

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MycoBank: MB835399.

Hamatocanthoscypha podocarpi Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Podocarpus from which it was isolated.


description 1

1047 

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MycoBank: MB835400.

Myrmecridium phragmiticola Crous & Akulov, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Phragmites from which it was isolated.


description 1

1048 

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MycoBank: MB835401.

Diabolocovidia Crous, gen. nov..
Etymology.
This fungus was described during the coronavirus pandemic, April 2020. Name composed of diabolicus = devilish and covid, referring to COVID-19.


MycoBank: MB835402

Diabolocovidia claustri Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the closure or lockdown experienced in many countries during the COVID-19 pandemic.


description 1

1049 

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MycoBank: MB835403.

Juncomyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Juncus from which it was isolated.


MycoBank: MB835405

Juncomyces californiensis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology. Name refers to the state of California, where it was collected.


description 1

1050 

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MycoBank: MB835406.

Beltraniella podocarpi Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Podocarpus from which it was isolated.


description 1

1051 

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MycoBank: MB835407.

Neofabraea eucalyptorum Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Eucalyptus from which it was isolated.


description 1

1052 

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MycoBank: MB835408.

Ypsilina buttingtonensis Crous, Wainhouse & Brian Douglas, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the collection site, Buttington, Wales, UK, where it was collected.


description 1

1053 

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MycoBank: MB835409.

Pseudopezicula betulae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Betula.


description 1

1054 

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MycoBank: MB835410.

Gyrothrix encephalarti Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Encephalartos from which it was isolated.


description 1

1055 

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MycoBank: MB835411.

Satchmopsis metrosideri Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Metrosideros from which it was isolated.


description 1

1056 

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MycoBank: MB835412.

Satchmopsis pini Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Pinus from which it was isolated.


description 1

1057 & 1058 

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MycoBank: MB835413.

Hymenotorrendiella communis Crous & P.R. Johnst., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the common occurrence of this species.


description 1

1059 

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MycoBank: MB834983.

Absidia pararepens Jurjević, M. Kolařík & Hubka, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Refers to the phylogenetic proximity and phenotypic similarity to A. repens.


description 1

1060 

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MycoBank: MB811164.

Annulohypoxylon spougei Suwannasai, M.P. Martín, Phosri & Whalley, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the American bioinformatician John L. Spouge who contributed to the discovery of this species, and for his efforts to implement tools for DNA barcoding analyses within the genus Annulohypoxylon.


description 1

1061 

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MycoBank: MB835223.

Aspergillus banksianus Pitt, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for the Australian endemic tree Banksia integrifolia, from the rhizosphere of which this species was isolated.


description 1

1062 

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MycoBank: MB835224.

Aspergillus oxumiae C.N. Figueiredo, L.S. Sales, Y.F. Figueiredo, J.P. Andrade & J.T. De Souza, sp. nov.
Etymology. oxumiae
, in honour of Oxum, a female African deity from the Yoruba religion.


description 1

1063 

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MycoBank: MB835225.

Aspergillus kumbius Pitt, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for the small town of Kumbia, South Burnett District, Queensland, Australia, near where this species was collected.


description 1

1064 

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MycoBank: MB835226.

Aspergillus luteorubrus Pitt, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Named for the colony colours on CYA plates: Latin luteus, yellow and ruber, red.


description 1

1065 

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MycoBank: MB835227.

Aspergillus malvicolor A.D. Hocking, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for the distinctive colour of the conidia. Latin malvicolor, mauve..


description 1

1066 

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MycoBank: MB836001.

Aspergillus nanangensis Pitt, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for the town of Nanango, South Burnett District, Queensland, Australia, near which this species was collected


description 1

1067 

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MycoBank: MB827690.

Calvatia baixaverdensis R.L. Oliveira, R.J. Ferreira, P. Marinho, M.P. Martín & Baseia, sp. nov.
Etymology.
In reference to the region where this species was collected, Baixa Verde, João Câmara, RN, Brazil.


description 1

1068 

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MycoBank: MB834513.

Candida pellucida A.M. Glushakova, M.A. Tomashevskaya & Kachalkin, sp. nov..
Etymology.
The name refers to Exomias pellucidus from which the ex-type strain was isolated..


description 1

1069 

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MycoBank: MB834845.

Cladophialophora cabanerensis Maciá-Vicente, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Named after the Cabañeros National Park in central Spain, where the soil sample was collected.


description 1

1070 

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MycoBank: MB834383.

Cladosporium arenosum C. Gil-Durán & L. Sanhueza, sp. nov.
Etymology.
arenosum means sandy, referring to substrate (sea sand) from which the fungus was isolated..


description 1

1071 

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MycoBank: MB834802.

Cortinarius balteatoindicus Dima, Semwal, V. Papp, Brandrud & V.K. Bhatt, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The first part of the epithet (‘balteato’) refers to the relationship with C. balteatocumatilis, the second part (‘indicus’) refers to India where the species occurs.


description 1

1072 

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MycoBank: MB834804.

Cortinarius ulkhagarhiensis Dima, Semwal, V. Papp, Brandrud & V.K. Bhatt, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to the type locality at Ulkhagarhi which is named after the temple of the goddess Ulkheshwari in Uttarakhand, India..


description 1

1073 

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MycoBank: MB833243.

Cortinarius paezii Garrido-Benavent, Ballarà, Liimat. & Mahiques, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The species is named after the Spanish Jesuit missionary Pedro Páez (1564–1622), who was the first European that visited the Blue Nile source in Ethiopia and described the natural history of this country..


description 1

1074 

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MycoBank: MB834679.

Cylindrium magnoliae A. Pintos, M. González, P. Alvarado & E. Rubio, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to Magnolia grandiflora, the host plant from which this fungus was originally collected.


description 1

1075 

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MycoBank: MB832934.

Dendrostoma luteum L.A. Shuttlew., A.J. Lewis, C. Gorton, & Pérez-Sierra, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the colour of conidial masses produced by conidiomata in culture..


description 1

1076 

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MycoBank: MB835458.

Diaporthe durionigena L.D. Thao, L.T. Hien, N.V. Liem, H.M. Thanh & T.N. Khanh, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Durio from which it was isolated.


description 1

1077 

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MycoBank: MB832926.

Elaphomyces bucholtzii Saitta, A. Paz, E. Otsing & Tedersoo, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Dedicated to the Estonian mycologist Feodor Vladimirovic Bucholtz, for his contribution on taxonomy of hypogeous fungi.


description 1

1078 

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MycoBank: MB834939.

Erysiphe medicaginis L. Kiss, L. Kelly & Vaghefi, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the genus Medicago, from which this obligate biotrophic fungus was isolated.


description 1

1079 

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MycoBank: MB832466.

Exophiala frigidotolerans Rodr.-Andr., Cano & Stchigel, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Latin frigus-, cold, and - tolerans, tolerant, referring to its ability to grow fast at lower temperatures than 20 °C.


description 1

1080 

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MycoBank: MB834940.

Geastrum calycicoriaceum Freitas-Neto, J.O. Sousa, Ovrebo, M.P. Martín & Baseia, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Latin calyx (cup) and coriaceum (leather). In reference to the coriaceous surface of mycelial layer, peeling-off to form a cup under basidiomata..


description 1

1081 

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MycoBank: MB833390.

Gongronella namwonensis Hyang B. Lee, A.L. Santiago & H.J. Lim, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the isolation site, Namwon city, from where the strain was first isolated..


description 1

1082 

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MycoBank: MB834842.

Greeneria kielmeyeraeC.P. Nicolli, F.S. Carmo, C.A. Inácio, P.A.S. Marbach, J.T. De Souza, sp. nov.
Etymology. kielmeyerae
, named after the host genus, Kielmeyera coriaceae (Calophyllaceae).


description 1

1083 

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MycoBank: MB834767.

Hemileucoglossum kelabitense V. Kučera, Fedosova & Sochorová, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the Kelabit Highlands where the fungus was collected.


description 1

1084 

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MycoBank: MB833504.

Heterocephalacria septentrionalis Kachalkin, M.A. Tomashevskaya & T.A. Pankratov, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to the species distribution in the northern regions of Russia.


description 1

1085 

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MycoBank: MB833527.

Kosmimatamyces Bianchin., Reinoso F., Rodr.-Andr., Cano & Stchigel, gen. nov.
Etymology.
From Greek κοσμήματα-, jewellery, and -μύκης, fungus, because of the microscopic look of the fungus.


MycoBank: MB833528

Kosmimatamyces alatophylus Bianchin., Reinoso F., Rodr.-Andr., Cano & Stchigel, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Greek αλατος-, salt, and -φιλος, lover, because of the environment from which the fungus was recovered.


description 1

1086 

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MycoBank: MB832708.

Lactifluus albopicri T. Lebel & L. Tegart, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Named for the colour and hot taste of the basidiomata, albo = white, picri- = hot.


description 1

1087 

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MycoBank: MB832709.

Lactifluus austropiperatus T. Lebel & L. Tegart, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for its similarity to Lactifluus piperatus from the Northern Hemisphere and its distribution in Australia.


description 1

1088 

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MycoBank: MB834982.

Lecanicillium praecognitum Gorczak & Kisło, sp. nov.
Etymology. prae
(Latin: before, ahead of) + cognitum (Latin: known, noted; neut. part. adj.); known before; referring to the fact that the species was noted several years before formal description.


description 1

1089 

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MycoBank: MB833910.

Macalpinomyces collinsiae J. Kruse, M.N. Lyons, McTaggart & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Named after Dr Margaret Thora Collins, a Western Australian botanist, conservation biologist and mycologist, for her role in the discovery of this fungus.


description 1

1090 

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MycoBank: MB832767.

Mallocybe crassivelata Ferisin, Bizio, Esteve-Rav., Vizzini & Dovana, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From the Latin crassus (thick) and velatus (with a veil), referring to the presence of a thick, abundant veil on the pileus surface.


description 1

1091 

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MycoBank: MB833552.

Marasmius vagus Guard, M.D. Barrett & Farid, sp. nov..
Etymology.
The Latin epithet vagus, wandering, refers to its widespread distribution in diverse habitats over a large area of monsoon tropical Australia, and its apparent recent dispersal and establishment in Florida, USA.


description 1

1092 

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MycoBank: MB831165.

Microdochium dawsoniorum C. Lock, Vitelli, Holdom, Y.P. Tan & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov
Etymology.
Named after the Dawson family from Taunton, Queensland, on whose property the fungus was first collected.


description 1

1093 

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MycoBank: MB834871.

Mollisia gibbospora I. Kušan, Matočec, Pošta, Tkalčec & Mešić, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the protuberances on living, mature ascospores.


description 1

1094 

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MycoBank: MB834472.

Montagnula cylindrospora Valenz.-Lopez, Cano, Guarro & Stchigel, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Latin cylindratis-, cylindrical, and -sporarum, spore, because of the shape of the conidia.


description 1

1095 

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MycoBank: MB834485.

Muriphila Jurjević, Čmoková & Hubka, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Refers to the wall (L. murum) of distillery from where the species was repeatedly isolated.


MycoBank: MB834486

Muriphila oklahomaensis Jurjević, Čmoková & Hubka, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the state in the USA where it was collected, Oklahoma.




description 1

1096 

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MycoBank: MB831390.

Neodevriesia aestuarina M. Gonçalves & A. Alves, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the environment where the species was collected, namely an estuary.


description 1

1097 

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MycoBank: MB831167.

Neopestalotiopsis nebuloides C. Lock, Vitelli, Holdom, Y.P. Tan & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov..
Etymology.
From the Latin nebula, meaning cloud, in reference to the fluffy, white, aerial mycelia..


description 1

1098 

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MycoBank: MB834844.

Neosetophoma hnaniceana Spetik, Eichmeier & Berraf-Tebbal, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Hnanice (Czech Republic) where the fungus was collected.


description 1

1099 

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MycoBank: MB834874.

Paecilomyces penicilliformis Jurjević & Hubka, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Refers to the production of penicillium-like conidiophores


description 1

1100 

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MycoBank: MB835001.

Paraphyton cutaneum Hubka, Kucerova, Gibas, Kubátová & Hamal, sp. nov.
Etymology.
N.L. neut. adj. cutaneum, pertaining to the human skin (cutaneous), from which the fungus was isolated..


description 1

1101 

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MycoBank: MB834715.

Penicillium taurinense S. Prencipe, Houbraken & D. Spadaro, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Turin, the city from which this type specimen was collected.


description 1

1102 

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MycoBank: MB831166.

Pestalotiopsis etonensis C. Lock, Vitelli, Holdom, Y.P. Tan & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Named after the town of Eton in Queensland, where the fungus was first collected.


description 1

1103 

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MycoBank: MB833553.

Phytophthora aysenensis M. Zapata, M.C. Asenjo & M. Gut., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the Aysén Region of Chile where this species was collected..


description 1

1104 

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MycoBank: MB834875.

Phytophthora personensis Z.G. Abad, W. Gut. & T.I. Burgess, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Person County, North Carolina, the location where the first specimen of the species was isolated.


description 1

1105 

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MycoBank: MB834969.

Roridomyces pseudoirritans Kiyashko, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to Roridomyces irritans, a species which is morphologically similar.


description 1

1106 

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MycoBank: MB833525.

Trichophoma Magaña-Dueñas, Cano & Stchigel, gen. nov.
Etymology.
From Greek τρίχες-, hairs, due to the abundant setae on the sporocarps.


MycoBank: MB833526

Trichophoma cylindrospora Magaña-Dueñas, Cano & Stchigel, sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Greek κυλινδρικό-, cylindrical, due to the shape of the conidia.


description 1

1107 

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MycoBank: MB833685.

Tuber alcaracense Ant. Rodr. & Morte, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Referring to Alcaraz mountain range, where the type specimen was collected.y.


description 1

1108 

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MycoBank: MB834191.

Tuber buendiae Ant. Rodr. & Morte, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Encarnación Buendía, wife of the first author, who has been assisting in the collection of Tuber specimens, and is the collector of the type specimen.


description 1

1109 

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MycoBank: MB833741.

Venturia paralias G.C. Hunter, I. Zeil-Rolfe, M. Jourdan & L. Morin, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Euphorbia paralias, the Euphorbia species from which the fungus was isolated.


description 1

1110 

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MycoBank: MB833068.

Vishniacozyma phoenicis Kachalkin, A.S. Venzhik & M.A. Tomashevskaya, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name phoenicis refers to the date palm, from which fruits the strains were isolated.


description 1

1111 

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MycoBank: MB834185.

Volvariella paludosa Kapitonov & E.F. Malysheva, sp. nov..
Etymology.
The epithet paludosa (boggy) refers to the preferred habitat of the species.


description 1

1112 

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MycoBank: MB837819.

Neocalonectria Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to its superficial resemblance of the genus Calonectria..


MycoBank: MB837820.

Neocalonectria tristaniopsidis Crous, sp. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Tristaniopsis from which it was isolated.


description 1

1113 

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MycoBank: MB837821.

Gobabebomyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the Gobabeb-Namib Research Institute, where this fungus was collected.


MycoBank: MB837822.

Gobabebomyces vachelliae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Vachellia from which it was isolated..


description 1

1114 

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MycoBank: MB837823.

Graminopassalora geissorhizae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Geissorhiza from which it was isolated.


description 1

1115 

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MycoBank: MB837825.

Juncomyces patwiniorum Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the Patwin indigenous people, who are the stewards of the land on which U.C. Davis campus is located


description 1

1116 

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MycoBank: MB837828.

Davidhawksworthia quintiniae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Quintinia from which it was isolated.


description 1

1117 

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MycoBank: MB837829.

Cylindromonium alloxyli Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Alloxylon from which it was isolated.


description 1

1118 

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MycoBank: MB837830.

Parasarocladium tasmanniae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Tasmannia from which it was isolated.


description 1

1119 

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MycoBank: MB837831.

Exophiala mali Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Malus from which it was isolated.


description 1

1120 

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MycoBank: MB837832.

Linteromyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the canoe-shaped (L = Linter-) conidia.


MycoBank: MB837834.

Linteromyces quintiniae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Quintinia from which it was isolated..


description 1

1121 

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MycoBank: MB837835.

Xyladictyochaeta tristaniopsidis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Tristaniopsis from which it was isolated.


description 1

1122 

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MycoBank: MB837836.

Exophiala prostantherae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Prostanthera from which it was isolated.


description 1

1123 

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MycoBank: MB837837.

Talaromyces pulveris Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the bore dust (L = pulvis) of a beetle, from which it was isolated.


description 1

1124 

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MycoBank: MB837838.

Neocamarosporium leipoldtiae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymoloy.
Name refers to the host genus Leipoldtia from which it was isolated.


description 1

1125 & 1126 

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MycoBank: MB837839.

Dothiora aloidendri Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Aloidendron from which it was isolated.


MycoBank: MB837840.

Hantamomyces Crous, gen. nov..
Etymology.
Name refers to the Hantam district where it was collected, Nieuwoudtville, Northern Cape Province, South Africa.


MycoBank: MB837841.

Hantamomyces aloidendri Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Aloidendron from which it was isolated.


description 1

1127 

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MycoBank: MB837842.

Suttonomyces cephalophylli Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Cephalophyllum from which it was isolated.


description 1

1128 

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MycoBank: MB837843.

Endoconidioma euphorbiae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Euphorbia from which it was isolated.


description 1

1129 

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MycoBank: MB837844.

Neometulocladosporiella seifertii Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Keith A. Seifert, a Canadian mycologist who is always impressed by hyphomycetes with such magnificent, pigmented, solitary conidiophores.


description 1

1130 

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MycoBank: MB837845.

Verrucocladosporium carpobroti Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Carpobrotus from which it was isolated.


description 1

1131 

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MycoBank: MB837846.

Stemphylium carpobroti Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Carpobrotus from which it was isolated.


description 1

1132 

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MycoBank: MB837847.

Neocladosporium osteospermi Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Osteospermum from which it was isolated.


description 1

1133 

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MycoBank: MB837848.

Eucasphaeria proteae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Protea from which it was isolated.


description 1

1134 

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MycoBank: MB837849.

Paramyrothecium pituitipietianum Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Composed of pituita (= mucus, snot) and the name Piet (referring to ‘Pietsnot’ = Snotty Pete, the common South African name of Grielum humifusum).


description 1

1135 

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MycoBank: MB837850.

Polyscytalum pini-canariensis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Pinus from which it was isolated.


description 1

1136 

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MycoBank: MB837851.

Acremonium behniae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Behnia from which it was isolated.


description 1

1137 

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MycoBank: MB837852.

Alternaria mirabibensis Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the collection site, namely the Mirabib Rock in the Namib Desert, Namibia, where Stanley Kubrick filmed ‘the dawn of mankind’ in the movie ‘2001- A Space Odyssey’.


description 1

1138 

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MycoBank: MB837853.

Preussia procaviae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Procavia capensis (rock rabbit), from who’s dung this fungus was isolated.


description 1

1139 & 1140 

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MycoBank: MB837854.

Curvularia moringae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Moringa from which it was isolated.


MycoBank: MB837855.

Moringomyces Crous, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Moringa from which it was isolated.


MycoBank: MB837856.

Moringomyces phantasmae Crous, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host Moringa ovalifolia (Namibian phantom tree), L. phantasma = phantom).


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1141 

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MycoBank: MB837857.

Neodothiora Crous, G.C. Adams & Winton, gen. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to its superficial resemblance of the genus Dothiora..


MycoBank: MB837858.

Neodothiora populina Crous, G.C. Adams & Winton, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the host genus Populus from which it was isolated.


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1142 

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MycoBank: MB837379.

Amanita domingensis Angelini & Vizzini, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Referring to the place of the first collection, Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic.


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1143 

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MycoBank: MB836723.

Austroboletus asper K. Syme, Bonito, T. Lebel, Fechner & Halling, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Asper (rough), in reference to the ornamentation of the basidiospores.


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1144 

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MycoBank: MB836965.

Cantharellus betularum Voitk & Thorn, sp. nov..
Etymology. Betularum
(Latin: of birches) refers to the tree associates of the species.


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1145 

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MycoBank: MB835259.

Chaetothyrina spondiadis Fuentes-Aponte, K. Kim & Romberg, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for Spondias, the host genus from which this fungus was collected.


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1146 

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MycoBank: MB836221.

Circinella lampensis E. Alvarez, C. Muñoz & I. Fernandez, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Referring to Lampa, where this fungus was collected, Lampa Caves, Santiago, Chile.


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1147 

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MycoBank: MB836054.

Colletotrichum cycadis Andjic, Maxwell & Smith, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the host genus, Cycas, from which it was isolated.


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1148 

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MycoBank: MB836567.

Coprinopsis rubra Örstadius, E. Larss. & L. Nagy, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to the red cap and veil colour.


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1149 

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MycoBank: MB836917.

Crinipellis nigrolamellata Antonín, Fiard, Ševčíková, Dumez & Courtec., sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to the lamellae that become black with age.


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1150 

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MycoBank: MB836776.

Cyberlindnera dauci A.M. Glushakova, M.A. Tomashevskaya & Kachalkin, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Daucus carota from which the species was isolated.


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1151 

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MycoBank: MB834185.

Cyphellophora vietnamensis Iturrieta-González, Dania García, Guarro & Gené, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the geographical region where the fungus was collected.


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1152 

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MycoBank: MB837347.

Elaphomyces nemoreus Jeppson, Molia & E. Larss., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the occurrence in deciduous woodlands.


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1153 

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MycoBank: MB837535.

Exophiala embothrii Sand.-Den. & Giraldo López, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the plant genus on whose rhizosphere the fungus was isolated, Embothrium.


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1154 

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MycoBank: MB837371.

Geoglossum jirinae V. Kučera, Ševčíková, Slovák, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The name ‘jirinae’ honours the collector of the holotype, Jiřina Hrabáková.


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1155 

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MycoBank: MB836835.

Gymnascella minnisii Adam, Rea-Ireland, Smyth & Overton, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after Andrew Minnis who first mentioned the specimen as 24MN30 (GenBank JX270629) in a survey of Eastern United States bat hibernacula in 2013 after the initial outbreak of White-nose syndrome of bats.


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1156 

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MycoBank: MB837413.

Pseudogymnoascus palmeri Rea-Ireland, Smyth, Lindner & Overton, sp. nov.
Etymology. Named after Jonathan M. Palmer, formerly of the United States Forest Service, for his many contributions to the study of Pseudogymnoascus and his contributions to establishing mating-type genes for the genus.


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1157 

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MycoBank: MB837614.

Hypoxylon hepaticolor J. Fourn. & A.N. Mill., sp. nov.
Etymology.
From Latin hepar, hepatis = liver and color = colour, for the reddish brown stromatal surface colour reminiscent of that of liver.


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1158 

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MycoBank: MB836902.

Inocybe ionolepis Cullington & E. Larss., sp. nov.
Etymology.
Refers to the purple scales on the pileus.


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1159 

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MycoBank: MB837537.

Lactifluus lactiglaucus P. Leonard & Dearnaley, sp. nov.
Etymology.
lactiglaucus means green milk and refers to the colour of the latex.


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1160 

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MycoBank: MB834991.

Lophotrichus medusoides Calvert, McTaggart & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for the resemblance of ascomata to Medusa of Greek mythology, a Gorgon described as a winged woman with living venomous snakes for hair.


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1161 

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MycoBank: MB837378.

Melanoleuca dominicana Angelini, Para & Vizzini, sp. nov.
Etymology. The name dominicana (Spanish) refers to the occurrence of the species in the Dominican Republic.



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1162 

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MycoBank: MB834780.

Moelleriella puertoricoensis Mongkolsamrit, Noisripoom & Luangsa-ard, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to Puerto Rico, the location where this species was collected


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1163 

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MycoBank: MB837369.

Mycena pulchra P. Leonard, sp. nov.
Etymology. pulchra
means pretty and refers to the fungus in its setting on a paperbark tree.


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1164 

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MycoBank: MB837659.

Penicillium vallebormidaense Houbraken & Di Piazza, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Latin, name refers to Valle Bormida, the region from which the type specimen was collected.


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1165 

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MycoBank: MB835962.

Penicillium saanichanum Visagie, Assabgui & Seifert, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Latin, saanichanum, named after Saanich, the municipality where the noted Canadian mycologist Bryce Kendrick collected the house dust sample that this species was isolated from.


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1166 

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MycoBank: MB836891.

Phialocephala melitaea Matočec, I. Kušan, Pošta, Tkalčec & Mešić, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Lat. melitaeus - which refers to Mljet (lat. Melita, ex C. Plinius Secundus), island in the Adriatic Sea.


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1167 

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MycoBank: MB835165.

Phytophthora aquae-cooljarloo R. Mostowfizadeh-Ghalamfarsa & T.I. Burgess, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named for the association of this species with water at the place Cooljarloo.


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1168 

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MycoBank: MB819417.

Phytopythium paucipapillatum S.D. Langenhoven, W.J. Botha & L. Mostert, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The specific epithet refers to the sparsely papillated sporangia and oogonia.


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1169 

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MycoBank: MB837644.

Pseudopyricularia javanii A. Pordel & G. Ghorbani, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The species name is proposed in honour of Professor Mohammad Javan-Nikkhah, Iranian mycologist.


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1170 

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MycoBank: MB837574.

Pseudosubramaniomyces septatus Torres-Garcia, Gené, Dania García, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the presence of septate conidia.


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1171 

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MycoBank: MB836856.

Pyrenochaetopsis rajhradensis Spetik, Eichmeier & Berraf-Tebbal, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after Rajhrad (Czech Republic) where the fungus was collected.


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1172 

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MycoBank: MB836118.

Russula shawarensis Kiran & Khalid, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The specific epithet, shawarensis, refers to the Shawar Valley, the locality from where the type was collected.


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1173 

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MycoBank: MB835492.

Serendipita whamiae Dearnaley, T.W. May & Linde, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named in honour of the well-known naturalist of the Stanthorpe region, Dell Wham.


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1174 

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MycoBank: MB802451.

Suhomyces rilaensis R.A. Dimitrov & Gouliamova, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Ri-la-en-sis, referring to the locality Rila National Park from which this species was is olated.


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1175 

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MycoBank: MB832658.

Tolypocladium flavonigrum Noisripoom, Tasanathai, Khonsanit & Luangsa-ard, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Named after the colour of fresh stromata, from the Latin ‘flavo’ meaning yellow, and ‘nigrum’ meaning black.


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1176 

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MycoBank: MB835881.

Tuber lusitanicum Ant. Rodr. & Muñoz-Mohedano, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Referring to Lusitania, the name given by the Romans to the western region of the Iberian Peninsula, which now covers the Portuguese area below Douro river and the neighbouring regions of Spanish Extremadura.


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1177 

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MycoBank: MB837493.

Tylopilus subotsuensis T.H.G. Pham, A.V. Alexandrova & O.V. Morozova, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to macromorphological similarity of the new species to Tylopilus otsuensis.


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1178 

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MycoBank: MB832370.

Veloboletus limbatus Fechner & Halling, gen. & sp. nov.
Etymology. Velo
- (veil) + boletus (genus of Boletaceae); limbus- (edge, rim, margin referring to the obvious veil remnant edge at the base of stipe).


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1179 

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MycoBank: MB837750.

Xenomonodictys Hern.-Restr., Karimi, Alizadeh & Tajick Ghanbary, gen. nov.
Etymology.
From the Greek ‘Xenos’ indicating strangeness and the related genus Monodictys, referring to a variant of the genus Monodictys.


MycoBank: MB837751.

Xenomonodictys iranica Hern.-Restr., Karimi, Alizadeh & Tajick Ghanbary, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to the country where this fungus was collected, Iran.




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1180 

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MycoBank: MB837766.

Cortinarius indopurpurascens Dima, Semwal, Brandrud, V. Papp, & V.K. Bhatt, sp. nov.
Etymology.
The epithet refers to the occurrence in India and the close relationship with Cortinarius purpurascens.


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1181 

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MycoBank: MB837764.

Cortinarius glaucoelotus Brandrud, Dima, Krisai, Ballarà & Peintner, sp. nov.
Etymology.
Name refers to bluish (glaucous) tinges on stipe and resemblance to C. elotus sensu Moser.

 

 

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