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J. Fournier, Köpcke, B., Stadler, M.2010New species of <I>Hypoxylon</I> from western Europe and Ethiopia
J. Fournier2010New species of Hypoxylon from western Europe and Ethiopia
J. Fournier, Flessa, F., Peršoh, D., Stadler, M.2011Three new Xylaria species from southwestern Europe
J. Fournier2014Update on European species of Xylaria
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D. A. Carneiro de Almeida, Gusmão, L. F. Pascholati, Miller, A. N.2016Taxonomy and molecular phylogeny of Diatrypaceae (Ascomycota, Xylariales) species from the Brazilian semi-arid region, including four new species
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R. Anderson2008Hypoxylon in Britain and Ireland 2. Hypoxylon rubiginosum and its allies
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