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 Summary:Fusarium mundagurra M.H. Laurence, E.C.Y. Liew, L.A. Shuttlew. & L.W. Burgess, Fungal Diversity 77: 359 (2015) [MB#812306] 
 MycoBank #:812306 
 Epithet:mundagurra
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 Authors:M.H. Laurence, E.C.Y. Liew, L.A. Shuttleworth & L.W. Burgess
 Authors (abbreviated):M.H. Laurence, E.C.Y. Liew, L.A. Shuttlew. & L.W. Burgess
 Etymology:Mundagurra is named for the rainbow serpent that created Carnarvon Gorge in the Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime. Carnarvon Gorge is the geographic origin of the isolate first recognised as belonging to this species. 
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 Page #:359
 Year of effective publication:2015
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