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2017Discovery of Aspergillus frankstonensis sp. nov. during environmental sampling for animal and human fungal pathogensBarrs, Vanessa; Beatty, Julia; Talbot, Jessica; Frisvad, Jens; Houbraken, Jos; Kidd, Sarah E.; Lindsay, Sue; Pitt, John; Samson, Robert A.; Veterinary Science; Veterinary Science; Veterinary ScienceDiscovery of Aspergillus frankstonensis sp. nov. during environmental sampling for animal and human fungal pathogens, PloS One, vol.12, 8, 2017,pp 1-17
2017Discovery of Aspergillus frankstonensis sp. nov. during environmental sampling for animal and human fungal pathogensBarrs, Vanessa; Beatty, Julia; Talbot, Jessica; Frisvad, Jens; Houbraken, Jos; Kidd, Sarah E.; Lindsay, Sue; Pitt, John; Samson, Robert A.; Veterinary Science; Veterinary Science; Veterinary ScienceDiscovery of Aspergillus frankstonensis sp. nov. during environmental sampling for animal and human fungal pathogens, PloS One, vol.12, 8, 2017,pp e0181660-N/A
2005Diversity of the Trichocomaceae in the Katandra Nature Reserve, Central Coast, NSW, Australia.Carter, Deidre (Dee); McGee, Peter; Hocking, Ailsa; Markovina, Anne-Laure; Pitt, John; Molecular & Microbial Bioscien; Biological SciencesDiversity of the Trichocomaceae in the Katandra Nature Reserve, Central Coast, NSW, Australia., Mycological Research, vol.109,(9),2005,pp 964-973
2017The roles of endolithic fungi in bioerosion and disease in marine ecosystems. I. General conceptsGleason, Frank; Larkum, Anthony; Gadd, Geoffrey; Pitt, John; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Biological SciencesThe roles of endolithic fungi in bioerosion and disease in marine ecosystems. I. General concepts, Mycology, vol.8, 3, 2017,pp 205-215
2017The roles of endolithic fungi in bioerosion and disease in marine ecosystems. II. Potential facultatively parasitic anamorphic ascomycetes can cause disease in corals and molluscsGleason, Frank; Larkum, Anthony; Gadd, Geoffrey; Pitt, John; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Biological SciencesThe roles of endolithic fungi in bioerosion and disease in marine ecosystems. II. Potential facultatively parasitic anamorphic ascomycetes can cause disease in corals and molluscs, Mycology, vol.8, 3, 2017,pp 216-227