The type species of Apiognomonia, A. veneta, with its Discula anamorph is distinct from A. errabunda.

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Species of Apiognomonia with their Discula anamorphic states in the Gnomoniaceae, Diaporthales, are known throughout the temperate Northern Hemisphere and cause diseases such as sycamore or plane tree anthracnose. The genus Apiognomonia was described based on A. veneta as the type species; however, there has been disagreement about whether or not A. veneta… (More)

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@article{Sogonov2007TheTS, title={The type species of Apiognomonia, A. veneta, with its Discula anamorph is distinct from A. errabunda.}, author={Mikhail V Sogonov and Lisa A. Castlebury and Amy Y. Rossman and James Francis White}, journal={Mycological research}, year={2007}, volume={111 Pt 6}, pages={693-709} }