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Thirteen morphologically similar strains of barbatosphaeria-and tectonidula-like fungi were studied based on the comparison of cultural and morphological features of sexual and asexual morphs and phylogenetic analyses of five nuclear loci, i.e. internal transcribed spacer rDNA operon (ITS), large and small subunit nuclear ribosomal DNA, β-tubulin, and second largest subunit of RNA polymerase II. Phylogenetic results were supported by in-depth comparative analyses of common core secondarydoi:10.3767/003158515x687434 pmid:26823626 pmcid:PMC4713105 fatcat:knlhoijpwfafjoccvlvho6b7ue