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Reid, James & Georg Hausner. The epitypification of Ophiostoma minutum, now Ceratocystiopsis minuta. Mycotaxon 113: 463–474. 2010.

ABSTRACT: Siemaszko’s (1939) illustrations and figure legends for Ophiostoma minutum are designated herein as the lectotype for Ceratocystiopsis minuta, and a strain UAMH 11218 [= WIN(M) 1532, = R. Jankowiak 705] isolated from perithecia in galleries of Ips typographus in stems of Picea abies, from Biebrzanski National Park (Polish: Biebrzański Park Narodowy), Werklye Protection Range, grown and dried on wood chips, is then designated as the epitype and deposited in UAMH. This specimen will serve as a reference in future studies on species of Ceratocystiopsis that use modern morphological, chemotaxonomic, and molecular approaches. Morphological details are also presented for the epitype material.

KEYWORDS: nomenclature, ophiostomatoid fungi, species delimitation

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