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General information

 Summary:Gnomoniopsis smithogilvyi L.A. Shuttlew., E.C.Y. Liew & D.I. Guest, Persoonia 28: 143 (2012) [MB#800259] 
 Synonymy:=Gnomoniopsis castanea Tamietti, Journal of Plant Pathology 94 (2): 412 (2012) [MB#564970]
=Gnomoniopsis castaneae Tamietti, Journal of Plant Pathology 94 (2): 412 (2012) [MB#565655]
 
 MycoBank #:800259 
 Epithet:smithogilvyi
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 Authors:L.A. Shuttleworth, E.C.Y. Liew & D.I. Guest
 Authors (abbreviated):L.A. Shuttlew., E.C.Y. Liew & D.I. Guest
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 Page #:143
 Year of publication:2012
 Name type:Basionym 
 Gender:Feminine
 Date public:2012-08-15 
 Name status:Legitimate
 Remarks:Gnomoniopsis smithogilvyi was first validly published online on June 4th 2012 (Shuttleworth et al. 2012; Shuttleworth et al. 2015), hence the legitimate name of the fungal species is G. castaneae (published online on May 21st 2012), which has priority over G. smithogilvyi (Tamietti 2016, Gonthier et al. 2016). 
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Files

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  • Ascospores produced the anamorph in culture.tiff
  • Line illustration of Gnomoniopsis smithogilvyi anamorph.pdf
  • Line illustration of Gnomoniopsis smithogilvyi teleomorph.pdf
  • Maximum Likelihood multi-gene phylogeny of B-tubulin_ ITS and tef1-a sequences.pdf
  • Maximum Likelihood phylogeny of ITS sequences of Gnomoniopsis smithogilvyi sp. nov. from Australia and isolates from India, Italy and New Zealand.pdf
  • Maximum Likelihood phylogeny of rpb2 sequences.pdf
  • Perithecia immersed in burr tissue. Scale 500um.tiff
  • Perithecia in groups and example of flexuous neck. Scale 500um.tiff