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A World Monograph of the Genus Pseudombrophila (Pezizales, Ascomycotina)

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Series: Libri Botanici Volume: 14
By: J van Brummelen(Author)
117 pages, 21 platesd with 8 colour & 17 b/w photos; 33 b/w line drawings
Publisher: IHW Verlag
A World Monograph of the Genus Pseudombrophila (Pezizales, Ascomycotina)
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Language: English

The genus Pseudombrophila (Pyronemataceae, Pezizales) is described and discussed. The genus is divided into two sections: Pseudombrophila and Nannfeldtiella. Nineteen species are distinguished in section Pseudombrophila and nine in section Nannfeldtiella, on a world basis. Four species have been newly described and seventeen new combinations were necessary under Pseudombrophila. The names of excluded and insufficiently known taxa are discussed in an appendix. Svrcekomyces pallidus is redescribed and referred to the genus Leucoscypha.

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Identification Key Monograph
Series: Libri Botanici Volume: 14
By: J van Brummelen(Author)
117 pages, 21 platesd with 8 colour & 17 b/w photos; 33 b/w line drawings
Publisher: IHW Verlag
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