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Contributions to the distribution of the genus Typhula Fries in Westphalia: Typhula micans and T. quisquiliaris


, : Contributions to the distribution of the genus Typhula Fries in Westphalia: Typhula micans and T. quisquiliaris. Zeitschrift fur Mykologie 60(1): 107-111

Descriptions are given of T. micans, which was collected on various host plants in Westphalia, Germany, and T. quisquiliaris, which was collected only on Pteridium aquilinum.

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