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 Summary:Oedocephalum adhaerens E.M. Davison & R.G. Shivas, Fungal Planet no. 31 (2009) [MB#512926] 
 MycoBank #:512926 
 Authors:E.M. Davison & R.G. Shivas
 Authors (abbreviated):E.M. Davison & R.G. Shivas
 Year of publication:2009
 Date public:2009-10-01 16:35:16 
 Remarks:O. adhaerens fits within the generic concept of Oedocephalum as defined by Stalpers1. The tuberculate conidia place it within sect. Oedocephalum. It differs from described species1, 2 in having balls of conglobate conidiospores that develop from conidiogenous cells which collapse after secession. O. adhaerens is widespread in arid areas of Australia having been found in the Northern Territory and Western Australia. It has developed in moist chamber cultures of bark from living trees of Erythrina vespertilio and dead trees of Atalaya hemiglauca and Acacia aneura. 
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