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SUMMARY:

Two aerobic mesophilic species of a new genus belonging to the family Actinoplanaceae are described under the name ( type species). The new genus is characterized by the production of small club-shaped sporangia on the aerial mycelium. Similar stuctures are also formed on the substrate mycelium. The non-motile sporangiospores are few in number and arranged in a single straight row inside the sporangium.

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