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Chen, Juan, Hai-Ling Dong, Zhi-Xia Meng & Shun-Xing Guo. Cadophora malorum and Cryptosporiopsis ericae isolated from medicinal plants of the Orchidaceae in China. Mycotaxon 112: 457–461. 2010.

ABSTRACT: Two species in the anamorphic genera Cadophora and Cryptosporiopsis are newly recorded as endophytes from medicinal plants of the Orchidaceae in China. Cadophora malorum was isolated from a stem of Bletilla striata in Hubei Province, and Cryptosporiopsis ericae from a root of Spiranthes sinensis in Tibet. These are the first records of these fungi from plants of the Orchidaceae.

KEYWORDS: endophytic fungi, taxonomy

   
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