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Title:Cladosporium species in indoor environments 
Authors:Bensch, K, Groenewald, JZ; Meijer, M; Dijksterhuis, J; Jurjević, Ž; Andersen, B; Houbraken, J; Crous, PW; Samson, RA 
Year:2018 
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Volume:89 
First page:177 
Last page:310 
Publisher:CBS Utrecht 
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Keywords:Indoor molds, New species, Phylogeny, Taxonomy, 16 new taxa 
Abstract:As part of a worldwide survey of the indoor mycobiota about 520 new Cladosporium isolates from indoor environments mainly collected in China, Europe, New Zealand, North America and South Africa were investigated by using a polyphasic approach to determine their species identity. All Cladosporium species occurring in indoor environments are fully described and illustrated. Fourty-six Cladosporium species are treated of which 16 species are introduced as new. A key for the most common Cladosporium species isolated from indoor environments is provided. Cladosporium halotolerans proved to be the most frequently isolated Cladosporium species indoors. 
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Summary:Bensch, K, Groenewald, JZ; Meijer, M; Dijksterhuis, J; Jurjević, Ž; Andersen, B; Houbraken, J; Crous, PW; Samson, RA. 2018. Cladosporium species in indoor environments. Studies in Mycology. 89:177-310