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Differential patterns of ophiostomatoid fungal communities associated with three sympatric Tomicus species infesting pines in south-western China, with a description of four new species

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Bibliographic reference HuiMin, Wang ; Wang, Zheng ; Liu, Fu ; Wu, Cheng Xu ; Zhang, Su Fang ; et. al. Differential patterns of ophiostomatoid fungal communities associated with three sympatric Tomicus species infesting pines in south-western China, with a description of four new species. In: MycoKeys, Vol. 50, p. 93-133 (2019)
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