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Sydowia semenospora sp.nov. and its anamorph on amabilis fir

, : Sydowia semenospora sp.nov. and its anamorph on amabilis fir. Canadian Journal of Botany 66(11): 2128-2129

The new species Sydowia semenospora (anamorph: Sclerophoma semenospora) is described from amabilis fir (Abies amabilis) on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada.

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Funk A.; Finck K.E., 1988: Sydowia semenospora new species and its anamorph on amabilis fir. Sydowia semenospora sp. nov. (anamorph: Sclerophoma semenospora Funk) is described from amabilis fir (Abies amabilis (Dougl.) Forbes) on Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada.

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