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Oidiodendron


The dark conidiophores are erect, usually tall, and are terminated by a rather irregular system of tree-like branches. The brown to colourless spores (conidia) are produced by the fragmentation of the conidiophore branches. Occurring in soil and organic debris.

Classification: Myxotrichaceae (Myxotrichales). Holomorphs: Byssoascus, Myxotrichum. Ref: Barron 1962; Morrall 1968; Rice and Currah, 2005; Tokumasu 1973


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