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Phellinus castanopsidis, sp. nov., and undescribed species from southern China with preliminary phylogeny based on rDNA sequences

Bibliographic reference Cui, Bao Kai ; Decock, Cony. Phellinus castanopsidis, sp. nov., and undescribed species from southern China with preliminary phylogeny based on rDNA sequences. In: Mycological Progress : international journal of fungal sciences, Vol. 12, no.2, p. 341-351 (2013)
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