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Abstract

A new species of Lechevalier and Lechevalier is described, for which the name is proposed. It is characterized by white, pale gray, or grayish aerial mycelia, straight, flexuous, hooked to coiled (once or twice) short spore chains, and spores with a smooth surface. The type strain of is Pfizer FD 25934 (=ATCC 31286).

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