The Colletotrichum boninense species complex

@article{Damm2012TheCB,
  title={The Colletotrichum boninense species complex},
  author={Ulrike Damm and Paul F. Cannon and Joyce H. C. Woudenberg and Peter R. Johnston and Bevan S Weir and Y.P. Tan and Roger Graham Shivas and Pedro W. Crous},
  journal={Studies in Mycology},
  year={2012},
  volume={73},
  pages={1 - 36}
}
UNLABELLED Although only recently described, Colletotrichum boninense is well established in literature as an anthracnose pathogen or endophyte of a diverse range of host plants worldwide. [...] Key Result A multilocus molecular phylogenetic analysis (ITS, ACT, TUB2, CHS-1, GAPDH, HIS3, CAL) of 86 strains previously identified as C. boninense and other related strains revealed 18 clades. These clades are recognised here as separate species, including C. boninense s. str.Expand
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