Arthrosporella ditopa (teleomorph) versus Nothoclavulina ditopa (anamorph)
1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM
Arthrosporella ditopa (teleomorph) versus Nothoclavulina ditopa (anamorph)

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Teleomorph data:
Name: Arthrosporella ditopa (Singer) Singer 1970 (LEG)
Class: Agaricomycetes, Family: Tricholomataceae
Type of: Arthrosporella
Google scholars hits: 9
PubMed hits: 0

Anamorph data:
Name: Nothoclavulina ditopa Singer 1970 (LEG)
Class: Agaricomycetes, Family: Tricholomataceae
Type of: Nothoclavulina
Google scholars hits: 6
PubMed hits: 0

Please note that the current proposal was automatically generated using the Teleomorph as the name having priority. This might not be the best option. This is why we would like to get your opinion on this subject. You can click on one of the voting icons below to agree or disagree. You have to be registered on MycoBank to be able to vote. You can only vote once but you can change your at a later stage.
 
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1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM
The names are of the same age, they are definitely conspecific and Arthrosporella scores a bit better than Nothoclavulina. No reason to prefer the latter above the former.