Elsinoe takoropuku sp. nov. infects twigs of Pittosporum tenuifolium in New Zealand

@article{Ridley2005ElsinoeTS,
  title={Elsinoe takoropuku sp. nov. infects twigs of Pittosporum tenuifolium in New Zealand},
  author={Geoff S Ridley and Tod D. Ramsfield},
  journal={Mycologia},
  year={2005},
  volume={97},
  pages={1362 - 1364}
}
Elsinoe takoropuku sp. nov. is described from Pittosporum tenuifolium Sol. ex Gaertn. (Pittosporaceae). This species causes swelling to develop on the twigs of the host species. The species initially was thought to be a recent introduction to New Zealand but, based on the host association and the geographic range of the fungus in New Zealand, it is considered to be a newly described native species. 

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