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1 October 2018 A New Micarea Species from Western Europe, Belonging in the Micarea denigrata Group
Pieter P.G. van den Boom, A. Maarten Brand, Brian J. Coppins, Emmanuël Sérusiaux
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van den Boom P.P.G., Brand A.M., Coppins B.J. & Sérusiaux E. 2018: A new Micarea species from western Europe, belonging in the Micarea denigrata group. – Herzogia 31: 385–389.

A new species of Micarea, M. sambuci is described from western Europe. Though it was common in the Netherlands and also present in Belgium, Luxemburg , Germany, and Scotland, it could now be extinct. It differs from M. nitschkeana by the production of mesoconidia (2.7–4.1 × 1.1–1.5µm) and complete absence of micro- and macroconidia.

Pieter P.G. van den Boom, A. Maarten Brand, Brian J. Coppins, and Emmanuël Sérusiaux "A New Micarea Species from Western Europe, Belonging in the Micarea denigrata Group," Herzogia 31(p1), 385-389, (1 October 2018). https://doi.org/10.13158/heia.31.1.2018.385
Accepted: 8 March 2018; Published: 1 October 2018
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Lichenized ascomycete
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