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The phylogenetic position of Culbersonia is in the Caliciaceae (lichenized ascomycetes)

  • André Aptroot (a1), Khumbudzo Walter Maphangwa (a2), Luciana Zedda (a3), Memory Tekere (a2), Pablo Alvarado (a4) and Harrie J. M. Sipman (a5)...

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