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There is little published information on this plant pathogenic fungus, which has limited geographic distribution. As hosts exist in other...
Alternaria gaisen (black spot of Japanese pear)
A. gaisen occurs on the Japanese pear, Pyrus pyrifolia, especially the cultivar Nijisseiki but also other cultivars of both Japanese and Chinese...
Alternaria japonica (pod spot of radish)
A. japonica is a seed-borne pathogen of plants in the Brassicaceae. No sexual state is known for the fungus, and identification based on...
Alternaria triticina (leaf blight of wheat)
A. triticina is one of several species in the genus that have been isolated from wheat leaves; it is demonstrated to be pathogenic,...
Alternaria yali-inficiens (chocolate spot of Ya Li Pear)
A. yali-inficiens is an asexually reproducing, filamentous fungus known only since its isolation in 2001 from infections on fruit of Ya...
A. areolatum is a basidiomycete that causes a white rot of a broad range of conifers. Its invasiveness arises from a symbiotic...
Apiognomonia errabunda (anthracnose)
A. errabunda and A. quercina are invasive species both in Europe and the USA for the following reasons: the pathogen has a three-way survival...
Apiognomonia erythrostoma (cherry leaf scorch)
A. erythrostoma is a perithecial ascomycete known primarily from Europe, although it has also been reported from eastern Asia. The early...
Arkoola nigra (black leaf blight of soybean)
A. nigra is an ascomycete known only from certain parts of Australia. It was identified after causing substantial losses on soyabeans...
Armillaria luteobubalina (armillaria root rot)
Although A. luteobubalina can attack many orchard or amenity trees which are either indigenous or have been introduced into Australia (Smith and...
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