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Colletotrichum - names in current use

@article{Hyde2009ColletotrichumN,
  title={Colletotrichum - names in current use},
  author={Kevin David Hyde and Lei Cai and Paul F. Cannon and Jo Anne Crouch and Pedro W. Crous and Ulrike Damm and Paul H. Goodwin and Hang Chen and Peter R. Johnston and Ebg Jones and Zuo-Y Liu and Eric H. C. Mckenzie and Jouji Moriwaki and Parinn Noireung and Shaun R. Pennycook and Ludwig Heinrich Pfenning and H. Prihastuti and Takumi C. Sato and Roger G Shivas and Yu Pei Tan and Paul W. J. Taylor and Bevan Simon Weir and Y. L. Yang and Jing-ze Zhang},
  journal={Fungal Diversity},
  year={2009},
  volume={39},
  pages={147-182}
}
Filamentous fungi in the genus Colletotrichum are destructive pathogens that cause disease and crop losses in plants worldwide. Taxonomy and nomenclature in the group is confusing, even to scientists working in the field, and inaccurate diagnosis of species is not uncommon. In this review, we provide a overview of the 66 Colletotrichum names that are in common use, and the 19 recently used names which are regarded as doubtful. This paper represents the first comprehensive overview of the genus… Expand

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