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Fomitiporia castilloi sp. nov. and evidences for multiples clades around F. apiahyna in Meso- and South America, representing potential spec

Bibliographic reference Amalfi, Mario ; Decock, Cony. Fomitiporia castilloi sp. nov. and evidences for multiples clades around F. apiahyna in Meso- and South America, representing potential spec. In: Mycologia, Vol. 105, no. 6, p. 1-10 (2013)
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