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Abstract

Summary: An sp. (Actinomycetales) isolated from Blelham Tarn is described and illustrated. It is characterized by a filed arrangement of spores both in sporangia and conidiophore systems, suggesting that these two types of reproductive structure may develop in an essentially similar manner.

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