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Record number 413788
Title Additions to the Mycosphaerella complex
Author(s) Crous, P.W.; Tanaka, K.; Summerell, B.A.; Groenewald, J.Z.
Source IMA fungus 2 (2011)1. - ISSN 2210-6340 - p. 49 - 64.
DOI https://doi.org/10.5598/imafungus.2011.02.01.08
Department(s) Laboratory of Phytopathology
EPS-4
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2011
Abstract Species in the present study were compared based on their morphology, growth characteristics in culture, and DNA sequences of the nuclear ribosomal RNA gene operon (including ITS1, ITS2, 5.8S nrDNA and the first 900 bp of the 28S nrDNA) for all species and partial actin and translation elongation factor 1-alpha gene sequences for Cladosporium species. New species of Mycosphaerel/a (Mycosphaerel/aceae) introduced in this study include M. cerastiicola (on Cerastium semidecandrum, The Netherlands), and M. etlingerae (on Etlingera e/atior, Hawaii). Mycosphaerel/a holualoana is newly reported on Hedychium coronarium (Hawaii). Epitypes are also designated for Hendersonia persooniae, the basionym of Camarosporula persooniae, and for Sphaerel/a agapanthi, the basionym of Teratosphaeria agapanthi comb. nov. (Teratosphaeriaceae) on Agapathus umbel/atus from South Africa. The latter pathogen is also newly recorded from A. umbel/atus in Europe (Portugal). Furthermore, two sexual species of Cladosporium (Davidiel/aceae) are described, namely C. grevil/eae (on Grevil/ea sp., Australia), and C. silenes (on Silene maritima, UK). Finally, the phylogenetic position of two genera are newly confirmed, namely Camarosporula (based on C. persooniae, teleomorph Anthracostroma persooniae), which is a leaf pathogen of Persoonia spp. in Australia, belongs to the Teratosphaeriaceae, and Sphaerulina (based on S. myriadea), which occurs on leaves of Fagaceae (Carpinus, Castanopsis, Fagus, Quercus), and belongs to the Mycosphaerel/aceae.
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