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During the survey (2011â€“2014) and documentation of foliicolous fungi of Pasra forest localities of Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary, a black mildew fungus infected leaves of Hardwickia binataÂ Roxb.(Fabaceae) were collected.Â A critical microscopic examination revealed that it as an undescribed species of the genus Sarcinella.
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