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Taxonomic studies on the family Albuginaceae of China II. A new species of Albugo on Acanthaceae and known species of Albugo on Cruciferae



Taxonomic studies on the family Albuginaceae of China II. A new species of Albugo on Acanthaceae and known species of Albugo on Cruciferae



Acta Mycologica Sinica 3(2): 65-71



A description is given of A. aechmantherae parasitic on leaves of Aechmanthera tomentosa and possessing sporangia 12.5-16.3 micro m, av. 14.9 micro m diam.

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