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Abstract

, an aquatic hyphomycete collected from south-western PR China, is described as a new species. This new species is characterized by having multicellular branched conidia composed of a curved main axis and one or two laterals, with the laterals arising from the third or fourth cell of the base of the main axis. Combined analyses of the LSU, SSU, and gene sequence data revealed that and another aquatic hyphomycete genus, , belonged to Wiesneriomycetaceae, Tubeufiales, Dothideomycetes, Ascomycota.

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