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Lin, Qun Ying, Tai Hui Li & Bin Song. Cordyceps guangdongensis sp. nov. from China. Mycotaxon 103: 371–376. 2008.

ABSTRACT: A new species of Cordyceps discovered in Guangdong of China, Cordyceps guangdongensis, is formally introduced. The fungus grows on Elaphomyces sp. in a broadleaf forest. The closest species is C. japonica, but these are different in sizes of perithecia and part spores, and with only 93.9% sequence similarity of ITS1-5.8S-ITS2 region. The holotype is deposited in the Herbarium of Microbiology Institute of Guangdong Province.

KEYWORDS: Ascomycetes, Clavicipitaceae, mycogenous fungi

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