On a new genus of the Dematiaceae
Blumea. Supplement , Volume 1 - Issue 1 p. 140- 141
The group of the Dematiaceae is well represented in the Netherlands Indies. Species belonging to genera of a wide distribution, are equally found predominating in temperate regions. Only a rather small number of our dematiaceous fungi seem to be restricted to tropical countries. The species to be discussed in this paper is one of them and as far as I can judge is not only undescribed, but even the type of a new form-genus.
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Boedijn, K.B. (1937). On a new genus of the Dematiaceae. Blumea. Supplement, 1(1), 140–141.