Literature

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G. J. M. Verkley, Crous, P. W., Groenewald, J. Z., Braun, U., Aptroot, A.2004Mycosphaerella punctiformis revisited: morphology, phylogeny, and epitypification of the type species of the genus Mycosphaerella (Dothideales, Ascomycota)
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F. A. Wolf1935Morphology of Polythrincium, causing sooty blotch of clover
M. P. Zhurbenko2012Lichenicolous fungi growing on Thamnolia, mainly from the Holarctic, with a worldwide key to the known species
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