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The genus Hypoxylon, wood decay fungi: II. Teleomorph of Annulata section


The genus Hypoxylon, wood decay fungi: II. Teleomorph of Annulata section



Mycobiology 28(1): 1-4



ISSN/ISBN: 1229-8093

DOI: 10.1080/12298093.2000.12015714

The section of Annulata under genus Hypoxylon is a member of the Xylariaceae which has ascomata with ostioles papillate in a flattened disc. The isolates of Hypoxylon collected from the Tropic to the Temperate are compared with similar taxa and described. These isolations under Annulata section are illustrated with a light microscopy and a scanning electron microscopy. Hypoxylon archeri is newly recorded from Korea. A key to the species is also included.

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