Advances in Penicillium and Aspergillus Systematics by David L. Hawksworth (auth.), Robert A. Samson, John I. Pitt

By David L. Hawksworth (auth.), Robert A. Samson, John I. Pitt (eds.)

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Ges. 7: 379. 1870. = Eurotium herbariorum ser. minor Mangin 1909 = Aspergillus minor (Mangin) Thorn & Raper 1941 = ~ mangini Thorn & Raper 1944. 3. TYPE SPECIMENS FOR THE TYPE SPECIES OF THE OLD GENERA The specific identity of ~ glaucus has been doubtful since its original description, but at least since Corda (1840) it was usually associated with little-differentiated 26 anamorphs of Eurotium species and no mycologist ever contested this connection. The original description, however, indicates "In mali limonii atque cidonii & pyri, nee non in cucurbitae frustulis, & alii~ similibus semiputridis rebus oriri plerumque solet".

57 = IM1 172291, ex Leptinotarsa decemlineata. Herb. IMI 172291, derived from the type culture, is here designated as lectotype. ~ ~ peyronelii Sappa -- Allionia 2: 248. 1955 (no type indication, no dried type specimen). 58 = IM1 139271, ex savannah soil, Somalia. Herb. 1M1 139271, derived from the type culture, is here designated as lectotype. phoenicis (Corda) Thorn -- J. agric. Res. 7: 14. 1916 = Ustilago phoenicis Corda -- Icon. Fung. 4: 9. 1840. Holotype ~ phoenicis on Phoenix dactylifera fruits in PRM, see AlMusallam (1980).

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