Saksenaeaceae

Sak·se·naea·ceae (sak″sən-e-aґse-e) a family of fungi of the order Mucorales, having sporangia that may be either lageniform and columellate or lobate and acolumellate; it includes one pathogenic genus, Saksenaea.

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