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Melanconis-like species comprise latent fungal pathogens with a wide range of woody hosts. Taxonomy of these pathogens is difficult due to their uninformative descriptions and similar asexual morphology. Based on molecular phylogenies, many species of this group were placed in various families of Diaporthales. In this study, eight species of melanconis-like fungi were isolated from Betula albosinensis, B. platyphylla (Betulaceae), Cornus controversa (Cornaceae), Corylus mandshurica (Betulaceae)doi:10.3897/mycokeys.42.29634.figure7 fatcat:6pg27h5kajct5pvqvj4gzzcicy