Literature

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W. A. Untereiner, Gueidan, C., Orr, M. - J., Diederich, P.2011The phylogenetic position of the lichenicolous ascomycete Capronia peltigerae
W. A. Untereiner1997Taxonomy of selected members of the ascomycete genus Capronia with notes on anamorph-teleomorph connections
S. Stenroos, Laukka, T., Huhtinen, S., Döbbeler, P., Myllys, L., Syrjänen, K., Hyvönen, J.2010Multiple origins of symbioses between ascomycetes and bryophytes suggested by a five-gene phylogeny
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Y. J. Liu, Hall B. D.2004Body plan evolution of ascomycetes, as inferred from an RNA polymerase II phylogeny
G. F. Laundon1970Records of fungal plant diseases in New Zealand
S. J. Hughes1976Sooty moulds
D. L. Hawksworth1980Notes on some fungi occurring on Peltigera, with a key to accepted species
C. Gueidan, Aptroot, A., Cáceres, M. Eda Silva, Badali, H., Stenroos, S.2014A reappraisal of orders and families within the subclass Chaetothyriomycetidae (Eurotiomycetes, Ascomycota)
G. Friebes2012A key to the non-lichenicolous species of the genus Capronia (Herpotrichiellaceae)
P. Döbbeler1978Moosbewohnende Ascomyceten I. Die Pyrenocarpen, den Gametophyten besiedelnden Arten.
P. W. Crous, Schubert, K., Braun, U., de Hoog, G. S., Hocking, A. D., Shin, H. - D., Groenewald, J. Z.2007Opportunistic, human-pathogenic species in the Herpotrichiellaceae are phenotypically similar to saprobic or phytopathogenic species in the Venturiaceae
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