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Huang, Bo, Richard A. Humber & Kathie T. Hodge. A new species of Conidiobolus from Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Mycotaxon 100: 227–233. 2007.

ABSTRACT: Conidiobolus margaritatus sp. nov. is described from leaf litter in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA. Among the thirty accepted species of Conidiobolus, C. margaritatus exhibits the slowest growth at room temperature, a lichenoid compact mycelium on standard media, and forms unique chains of nondischarged repetitional conidia on water agar. Two species, C. cercopidis and C. pseudapiculatus, are transferred to Batkoa based upon molecular and morphological evidence.

KEYWORDS: Ancylistaceae, Entomophthorales, taxonomy, new combinations

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