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Umbelopsis dimorpha sp. nov., a link between U. vinacea and U. versiformis

  • Daniel MAHONEY (a1), Walter GAMS (a2), Wieland MEYER (a3) and Mieke STARINK-WILLEMSE (a2)

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The new species Umbelopsis dimorpha sp. nov. was isolated from a soil sample in the Red Hills area of Mt Richmond Forest Park, in the northern part of the South Island of New Zealand. It has two kinds of pale pinkish sporangia: (1) single-spored, indistinguishable from those of U. versiformis; and (2) multi-spored, similar to those of U. vinacea. ITS sequences place the species in the immediate vicinity of the former species.

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Umbelopsis dimorpha sp. nov., a link between U. vinacea and U. versiformis

  • Daniel MAHONEY (a1), Walter GAMS (a2), Wieland MEYER (a3) and Mieke STARINK-WILLEMSE (a2)

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