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Endoconidioma populi gen. et sp. nov. is described from black subicula on twigs of trembling aspen, Populus tremuloides, in Alberta, Canada. Pycnidium-like conidiomata are produced on twigs and in culture, but, unlike pycnidia, conidiomata of E. populi have a closed peridium and a locule filled with conidiogenous cells that form conidia endogenously. These endoconidia are hyaline, unicellular and released by the dissolution of the peridial cell wall. In addition to endoconidia, mostlypmid:21148931 fatcat:zefrwdthirbhrnzmaoaicbp7kq