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    Author(s): Shi-Liang Liu; Karen K. Nakasone; Shuang-Hui He
    Date: 2019
    Source: Nova Hedwigia
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    A new species, Michenera incrustata from southern China, is described and illustrated. It is the second species in Michenera and differs from the generic type, M. atrocreas, by its hyaline, thick-walled lamprocystidia and larger basidia and basidiospores. The 5.8S–ITS2 and nrLSU sequence similarities between M. incrustata and M. atrocreas are 83% of 437 base pairs and 95.5% of 870 base pairs, respectively.

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    Liu, Shi-Liang; Nakasone, Karen K.; He, Shuang-Hui. 2019. Michenera incrustata sp. nov. (Peniophoraceae, Russulales) from southern China. Nova Hedwigia. 108(1): 197-206. https://doi.org/10.1127/nova_hedwigia/2018/0500.

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    Keywords

    anamorph, Basidiomycota, corticioid fungi, teleomorph, wood-inhabiting fungi

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