Mycologia (2014) 106, 119-132

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Pedro Romón, Z. Wilhelm de Beer, XuDong Zhou, Tuan A. Duong, Brenda D. Wingfield and Michael J. Wingfield (2014)
Multigene phylogenies of Ophiostomataceae associated with Monterey pine bark beetles in Spain reveal three new fungal species
Mycologia 106 (1), 119-132
Abstract: Ophiostoma species, some of which cause sapstain in timber and/or are mild pathogens, are common fungal associates of bark beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytinae). Three new Ophiostomataceae from Spain are recognized in the present study based on comparisons of sequence data for three gene regions as well as morphological characteristics. The new taxa are described as Ophiostoma nebulare sp. nov., Ophiostoma euskadiense sp. nov. and Graphilbum crescericum sp. nov.
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Database assignments for author(s): Michael J. Wingfield, Brenda D. Wingfield, Z. Wilhelm de Beer, Tuan A. Duong, Xudong Zhou

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Ophiostoma (genus) Spain (continental)