Ophiostoma Polonicum is a Species of Ceratocystis sensu stricto

@inproceedings{Visser1995OphiostomaPI,
  title={Ophiostoma Polonicum is a Species of Ceratocystis sensu stricto},
  author={Christa Visser and Michael J. Wingfield and Brenda D Wingfield and Yuichi Yamaoka},
  year={1995}
}
Summary Ophiostoma polonicum WJ.Sfirst isobted in Poland and described in 1939 by Siemaszko. The fungus is a serious pathogen of spruce and is vectored by the bark beetle Ips t}'pogr.1pht/s. Ophiostoma polonicw1t was described as producing a Leptogr.1phillm anamorph similar to that of Ophiostoma penicillatum. The fungus was later tnnsferred to Ceratoc)'stis penicillata but is currently treated as a species of Ophiostoma. Examination of the culture collected by Siemaszko and also from recent… CONTINUE READING

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