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Taxonomy and pathogenicity of Leptographium species associated with Ips subelongatus infestations of Larix spp. in northern China,including two new species

Bibliographic reference Liu, Xue-Wei ; Wang, Hui-MIn ; Lu, Quan ; Decock, Cony ; Li, Yong-Xia ; et. al. Taxonomy and pathogenicity of Leptographium species associated with Ips subelongatus infestations of Larix spp. in northern China,including two new species. In: Mycological Progress : international journal of fungal sciences, , p. 1-13 (2016)
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