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AuthorsJens C. Frisvad, Robert A. Samson, Amelia C. Stolk
TitleDisposition of recently described species of Penicillium
JournalPersoonia - Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi
Volume14
Year1990
Issue2
Pages209-232
ISSN0031-5850
AbstractHundred and twenty-two species, varieties, and new combinations of Penicillium, Eupenicillium, and Talaromyces described since 1977 have been studied taxonomically and screened for mycotoxin production. Only 48 taxa could be accepted: Eupenicillium angustiporcatum, E. cryptum, E. lineolatum, E. limoneum, E. nepalense, E. sinaicum, Penicillium aethiopicum, P. coalescens, P. confertum, P. coprobium, P. coprophilum. P. dendriticum, P. eberhardtii. P. erythromellis, P. flavidostipitatum, P. heteromorphum. P. hispanicum, P. juguslavicum, P. lapatayae, P. loliense, P. maclennaniae, P. macrosporum, P. mariaecrucis, P. mononematosum, P. nodulum, P. oblatum, P. onobense, P. palmae. P. palmense, P. panamense, P. patens, P. pittii, P. primulinum, P. rubefaciens P. sabulosum, P. shennongjianum, P. siamense, P. smithii, P. vasconiae, P. vonarxii, P. vulpinum, Talaromyces assiutensis, T. derxii, T. macrosporus, and T. mimosinus. Eleven varieties are recognized in P. aurantiogriseum, P. chrysogenum, P. glandicola, P. griseofulvum and P. hirsutum. Paecilomyces pascuus Pitt & Hocking and Geosmithia viridis Pitt & Hocking are transferred to Penicillium.
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