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In the present paper 23 species of corticolous and other hyphomycetes are reported from Hungary. Several species of these fungi have scarcely been reported and species such as Cephaliophora muscicola, Cheiromyces inflatus, Sporidesmiella brachysporioides, Trimmatostroma betulinum, Trinacrium incurvum were found to be new to Hungary.

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