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Two additional species of Verrucisporota, one with a Mycosphaerella teleomorph, from Australia.
Verrucisporota kimberleyana sp. nov. is described as the causal agent of pepper spots on leaves of Capparis sepiara (Capparaceae). Cercospora daviesiae, which causes angular leaf spots on DaviesiaExpand
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New species of Mycosphaerella from Myrtaceae in plantations and native forests in eastern Australia.
The majority of Mycosphaerella species from eucalypts (Eucalyptus, Corymbia and Angophora) in Australia have been recorded only from trees growing in plantations. This illustrates a bias in researchExpand
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Pseudocercospora macadamiae sp. nov., the cause of husk spot of macadamia
Pseudocercospora macadamiae sp. nov. is described from diseased husks of plantation-grown Macadamia integrifolia in Queensland and northern New South Wales, Australia.
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Gladiolus rust (caused by Uromyces transversalis) in eastern Australia
Uromyces transversalis (Thüm.) Winter, a potentially damaging rust of commercially grown Gladiolus, is reported from eastern Australia. Descriptions and illustrations based on local material areExpand
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Bibulocystis gen. nov. (Uredinales) on Daviesia (Fabaceae) and Albizia (Mimosaceae) in Australasia, with comments on the genera Cystomyces and Dicheirinia and rust genera with teliospore cysts
The five known genera of Uredinales with hygroscopic teliospore cysts, Cystomyces, Kemkampella, Ravenelia, Spumula and Uromycladium, are discussed. Of these, the monotypic Cystomyces, type species C.Expand
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Passalora perplexa, an important pleoanamorphic leaf blight pathogen of Acacia crassicarpa in Australia and Indonesia
Passalora perplexa is described from lesions on blighted phyllodes of Acacia crassicarpa growing in northern Australia and Indonesia. The fungus develops two distinct conidiomatal synanamorphs fromExpand
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Neoerysiphe kerribeeensis sp. nov. (Ascomycota: Erysiphales), a new species of Neoerysiphe on native and introduced species of Senecio (Asteraceae) in Australia.
Anamorphic powdery mildew fungi on introduced taxa of Senecio and Pericallis × hybrida in Australia have previously been identified as Neoerysiphe cumminsiana on the basis of a combination ofExpand
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Two new closely related species of Pseudocercospora on unrelated host families from south-eastern Australia.
A species of Pseudocercospora causing foliar lesions on Hibbertia aspera (Dilleniaceae) is morphologically indistingushable from a species of Pseudocercospora causing foliar lesions on PlatylobiumExpand
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Three new Pseudocercospora species, one with a Mycosphaerella teleomorph, from Kennedia in Australia.
Pseudocercospora kennediicola sp. nov., P. warcupii sp. nov. and P. hopetounensis sp. nov. are described from leaf spots on Kennedia prostrata, K. nigricans and K. rubicunda respectively. P.Expand
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Oidium ixodiae sp. nov. onIxodia achilleoides in Australia
Oidium ixodiae sp. nov. is described from the indigenous Australian plantIxodia achilleoides (Asteraceae). Morphological characters and an rDNA internal transcribed spacer sequence demonstrate thatExpand
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