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Peronospora radii de Bary 1863, a new record in Israel, was found in January 1985 to be the cause of a downy mildew of cultivated marguerite daisies, cv. ‘Scheine von Nizza’ (a cultivar… (More)
Peronospora dianthicola was recorded for the first time in Israel on carnation, in February 2004. Eradication measures were taken and the production site was declared free of the disease by the end… (More)
A new species,Zoophthora orientalis, belonging to the genusZoophthora, subgenusZoophthora, is described and compared with the nine other described species of this subgenus. A new classification… (More)
Forty-five entomopathogenic fungal species and 215 host-pathogen combinations have been observed in Israel during the last two decades.Pathogen-host combinations are given in a list, followed by… (More)
Thirty-six isolates ofVerticillium lecanii andVerticillium sp. were taken from different hosts (both insects and rusts) and geographical locations. The isolates were analyzed for genomic variability,… (More)
Pomegranate fruit rot, caused by Coniella granati, is reported for the first time in Israel in 2010, following an interception of contaminated grafting material imported in 2006.
Species of entomophthoraceous fungi attacking insects and mites are very well represented in Israel. In the last decade, 22 species ofEntomophthora sensu stricto, Triplosporium, Zoophthora,… (More)
Aralia leaf-spot, a disease known on several species of Araliaceae in the continental U.S.A. and Hawaii, is reported here as a new occurrence onAralia sp. in Israel. The causal agent,Alternaria… (More)
New data gathered during 1980–1988 are presented on entomogenous fungi of the order Entomophthorales, their host-pathogen combinations and seasonal occurrence in Israel. Eight species new to Israel… (More)
Dragon fruit (pitaya) fruit blotch and stem rot, caused by Bipolaris cactivora, is reported for the first time in Israel. Different symptoms of fruit blotch appear on two different cultivars.