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Two new anamorphs of Mycosphaerella associated with foliar lesions of Eucalyptus dunnii

Whyte, G., Burgess, T.I., Barber, P.A. and Hardy, G.E.St.J. (2005) Two new anamorphs of Mycosphaerella associated with foliar lesions of Eucalyptus dunnii. In: 15th Australasian Plant Pathology Society Conference, 26-29 September 2005 , Geelong, Vic..

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    Abstract

    Eucalyptus dunnii is a fast growing eucalypt species that has recently been propagated in plantations in southern Queensland. Mycosphaerella species and their anamorphs are commonly associated with foliar lesions in these plantations. Mycosphaerella is a diverse genera that has been studied extensively on Eucalyptus. It is likely that there are many undescribed species (1).

    Two new species of fungi have been isolated from foliar lesions of E. dunnii. Sporocarps were originally isolated from the same lesions and then later separately on other hosts. In this paper, descriptions of the species are presented and their coexisting relationship as pathogens is discussed.

    Publication Type: Conference Item
    Murdoch Affiliation: School of Biological Sciences and Biotechnology
    URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/8000
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