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P. F. Cannon1999Hysterographium fraxini
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B. J. Coppins2009Mycoglaena
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P. Diederich2003New species and new records of American lichenicolous fungi
P. Diederich, van den Boom, P. P. G., Aptroot, A.2001Cladoniicola staurospora gen. et sp. nov., a new lichenicolous coelomycete from western Europe
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M. B. Ellis1971Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes
M. B. Ellis1971Dematiaceous Hyphomycetes
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D. L. Hawksworth1979The lichenicolous hyphomycetes
D. L. Hawksworth1977Taxonomic and biological observations on the genus Lichenoconium (Sphaeropsidales)
D. L. Hawksworth1976New and interesting microfungi from Slapton, South Devonshire: Deuteromycotina III
D. L. Hawksworth1975A revision of lichenicolous fungi accepted by Keissler in Coniothecium
D. L. Hawksworth, Atienza, V., Cole, M. S.2004Lichenicolous species of Homostegia (Dothideomycetes), with the description of H. hertelii sp. nov., a new fungus on Flavoparmelia species
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C. J. B. Hitch2015New, rare and interesting lichens
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S. M. Huhndorf, Miller, A. N., Greif, M., Samuels, G. J.2009Amplistroma gen. nov. and its relation to Wallrothiella, two genera with globose ascospores and acrodontium-like anamorphs
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J. D. Lawrey, Diederich, P., Nelsen, M. P., Sikaroodi, M., Gillevet, P. M., Brand, A. M., van den Boom, P.2011The obligately lichenicolous genus Lichenoconium represents a novel lineage in the Dothideomycetes
J. D. Lawrey, Diederich, P., Nelsen, M. P., Sikaroodi, M., Gillevet, P. M., Brand, A. M., van den Boom, P.2011The obligately lichenicolous genus Lichenoconium represents a novel lineage in the Dothideomycetes
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C. Ruibal, Millanes, A. M., Hawksworth, D. L.2011Molecular phylogenetic studies on the lichenicolous<I> Xanthoriicola physciae</I> reveal Antarctic rock-inhabiting fungi and<I> Piedraia</I> species among closest relatives in the<I> Teratosphaeriaceae</I>
M. Réblová2007Barbatosphaeria gen. et comb. nov., a new genus for Calosphaeria barbirostris
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M. Réblová, Réblová, K., Stepánek, V.2015Molecular systematics of Barbatosphaeria (Sordariomycetes): multigene phylogeny and secondary ITS structure
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M. Réblová, Stepánek V.2009New fungal genera, Tectonidula gen. nov. for Calosphaeria-like fungi with holoblastic-denticulate conidiogenesis and Natantiella gen. nov. for three species segregated from Ceratostomella
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M. A. Sherwood-Pike, Boise J. R.1986Studies in lignicolous ascomycetes: Xylopezia and Mycowinteria
B. C. Sutton1980The Coelomycetes. Fungi Imperfecti with Pycnidia, Acervuli and Stromata
B. C. Sutton1980The Coelomycetes. Fungi Imperfecti with Acervuli, Pycnidia and Stromata
M. P. Zhurbenko2012Lichenicolous fungi growing on Thamnolia, mainly from the Holarctic, with a worldwide key to the known species
M. P. Zhurbenko2004Lichenicolous and some interesting lichenized fungi from the Northern Ural, Komi Republic of Russia
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