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A description is provided for Ramularia geranii, which seems to be parasitic, with records on living leaves of Geranium and other plant species, sometimes causing leaf spot symptoms, particularly on their lower sides. It has also been observed on dead fallen leaves. Some information on its...

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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2017, No.214, pp Sheet 2140
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A description is provided for Ramularia echii, which seems to be parasitic, with records on living leaves of Echium species. Some information on its associated organisms and substrata, habitats, dispersal and transmission, and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical...

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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2017, No.214, pp Sheet 2139
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A description is provided for Ramularia doronici, which seems to be parasitic, with records on living leaves of Doronicum species, sometimes causing leafspot symptoms. Some information on its associated organisms and substrata, habitats, dispersal and transmission, and conservation status is given,...

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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2017, No.214, pp Sheet 2138
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A description is provided for Ramularia anchusae, which seems to be parasitic, with records on living leaves of Anchusa species, sometimes causing leaf spot symptoms. Some information on its associated organisms and substrata, habitats, dispersal and transmission, and conservation status is given,...

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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2017, No.214, pp Sheet 2137
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A description is provided for Pseudocercosporella magnusiana, which has been recorded as a parasite, causing leaf spots on living leaves and later on dying leaves of Geranium spp. Some information on its associated organisms and substrata, habitats, dispersal and transmission, and conservation...

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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2017, No.214, pp Sheet 2136
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A description is provided for Pseudocercospora ribicola, which has been recorded causing leaf spots on living leaves, and on dying and dead leaves. Several species of Ribes are of commercial importance for their fruit, and this fungus causes a leaf spot in some of those species, but no reports of...

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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2017, No.214, pp Sheet 2135
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A description is provided for Phacellium vossianum, which inhabits living leaves of some Cirsium and Carduus species, causing scattered necrotic spots. Some information on its associated organisms and substrata, habitats, dispersal and transmission, and conservation status is given, along with...

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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2017, No.214, pp Sheet 2134
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A description is provided for Cercospora mercurialis, which occurs as a parasite on living and dying leaves and stems of Mercurialis, causing leaf spots. Some information on its associated organisms and substrata, habitats, dispersal and transmission, and conservation status is given, along with...

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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2017, No.214, pp Sheet 2133
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A description is provided for Cercospora capparis, which has been recorded in leaf spots on living and dying leaves of some Capparis species. Some information on its associated organisms and substrata, habitats, dispersal and transmission, and conservation status is given, along with details of its...

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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2017, No.214, pp Sheet 2132

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