Phylogenetic lineages in the Botryosphaeriaceae

@article{Crous2006PhylogeneticLI,
  title={Phylogenetic lineages in the Botryosphaeriaceae},
  author={P. Crous and B. Slippers and M. Wingfield and J. Rheeder and W. Marasas and Al Philips and A. Alves and T. Burgess and P. Barber and J. Z. Groenewald},
  journal={Studies in Mycology},
  year={2006},
  volume={55},
  pages={235 - 253}
}
Botryosphaeria is a species-rich genus with a cosmopolitan distribution, commonly associated with dieback and cankers of woody plants. As many as 18 anamorph genera have been associated with Botryosphaeria, most of which have been reduced to synonymy under Diplodia (conidia mostly ovoid, pigmented, thick-walled), or Fusicoccum (conidia mostly fusoid, hyaline, thin-walled). However, there are numerous conidial anamorphs having morphological characteristics intermediate between Diplodia and… Expand
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