A new record for Australia - Mycosphaerella lateralis isolated from eucalypt hosts
Maxwell, A., Crous, P.W., Hardy, G.E., Wingfield, M.J. and Dell, B. (1999) A new record for Australia - Mycosphaerella lateralis isolated from eucalypt hosts. In: 12th Biennial APPS Conference Asia-Pacific Plant Pathology for the New Millenium, 27 - 30 September, Canberra, Australia.
Dissoconium is an anamorph genus associated with the teleomorph taxon Mycosphaerella. In Australia, Mycosphaerella species cause significant levels of disease in eucalypt plantations. A recent collection of diseased leaf material from eucalypt plantations in Queensland (Qld) revealed the existence of a Mycosphaerella species, with a Dissoconium anamorph, previously not recorded in Australia.
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