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Abstract

More than 40 cooperating laboratories representing 18 nations are joined in an international effort to assemble and redescribe authentic type strains or acceptable neotype strains for the named species in the genera and . Part II of this series included illustrated emendations to the descriptions for 100 type strains. Part III extends the report to include type strains for an additional 100 or species. Each new description is based upon data submitted by three cooperating laboratories, using the standardized criteria and methods officially adopted for this purpose. Emendations for additional species will be included in reports to follow. Type specimens for all redescribed species are deposited in the American Type Culture Collection, The Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures, The USSR Research Institute for Antibiotics, and in Japan.

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