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Rhytidiella baranyayi n. sp., associated with cork-bark of aspen. 1975. Funk, A.; Zalasky, H. Canadian Journal of Botany 53(8): 752-755.
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Catalog ID: 1531
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Rhytidiella baranyayi n.sp. is described from corky proliferations of aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) in British Columbia, Canada, and from its growth in culture. A bitunicate ascomycete, it is suspected of being the causal agent of the disease with which it is consistently associated
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