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In the present investigation, an interesting lignicolous ascomycetes belonging to the family Nitschkiaceae, having small stroma in clusters, attached weakly to the substratum, was collected.Â Based on the morphology and anatomical features, the fungus was identified as Nitschkia macrospora Teng.ÂÂ
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