Literature

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N. Zhang, Luo, J., Rossman, A. Y., Aoki, T., Chuma, I., Crous, P. W., Dean, R., de Vries, R. P., Donofrio, N., Hyde, K. D., Lebrun, M. - H., Talbot, N. J., Tharreau, D., Tosa, Y., Valent, B., Wang, Z., Xu, J. - R.2016Generic names in Magnaporthales
M. A. van der Nest, Bihon, W., de Vos, L., Naidoo, K., Roodt, D., Rubagotti, E., Slippers, B., Steenkamp, E. T., Wilken, P. M., Wilson, A., Wingfield, M. J., Wingfield, B. D.2014Draft genome sequences of Diplodia sapinea, Ceratocystis manginecans and Ceratocystis moniliformis
T. Trakunyingcharoen, Lombard, L., Groenewald, J. Z., Cheewangkoon, R., To-anun, C., Alfenas, A. C., Crous, P. W.2014Mycoparasitic species of Sphaerellopsis, and allied lichenicolous and other genera
N. Suwannasai, Whalley, M. A., Whalley, A. J. S., Thienhirun, S., Sihanonth, P.2012Ascus apical apparatus and ascospore characters in <I>Xylariaceae</I>
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>
A. Y. Rossman, Allen, W. C., Castlebury, L. A.2016New combinations of plant-associated fungi resulting from the change to one name for fungi
R. M. Kepler, Luangsa-Ard, J. J., Hywel-Jones, N. L., Quandt, C. A., Sung, G. - H., Rehner, S. A., Aime, M. C., Henkel, T. W., Sanjuan, T., Zare, R., Chen, M., Li, Zz., Rossman, A. Y., Spatafora, J. W., Shrestha, B.2017A phylogenetically-based nomenclature for Cordycipitaceae (Hypocreales)
P. W. Crous, Carris, L. M., Giraldo, A., Groenewald, J. Z., Hawksworth, D. L., Hernández-Restrepo, M., Jaklitsch, W. M., Lebrun, M. - H., Schumacher, R. K., Stielow, J. B., van der Linde, E. J., Vilcāne, J., Voglmayr, H., Wood, A. R.2015The Genera of Fungi - fixing the application of the type species of generic names – G 2: Allantophomopsis, Latorua, Macrodiplodiopsis, Macrohilum, Milospium, Protostegia, Pyricularia, Robillarda, Rotula, Septoriella, Torula and Wojnowicia
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