Uwebraunia juvenis Crous & M.J. Wingf., Mycologia 88(3): 446 (1996).
Index Fungorum number: IF 415549; Facesoffungi number: FoF 11115, Fig. 1
Fig. 1 Mycosphaerella juvenis and its asexual morph, Uwebraunia juvenis (Redrawn from Figs. 8–10 in Crous and Wingfield 1996). a Leaf symptoms on the abaxial surface of Eucalyptus leaves. b Asci and ascospores. c Germinating ascospores after 24 h on MEA. d Conidia and conidiophores in culture. Scale bar = 10 μm.
Importance and distribution
Uwebraunia comprises six species known on Cupressaceae, Musaceae, Myrtaceae, Proteaceae and Rosaceae. Uwebraunia has been reported from Asia (India, Indonesia), Australia, Europe (Netherlands, Spain), South Africa and the United States (North Carolina, Ohio, Wisconsin). Uwebraunia species are pathogenic and cause leaf spot diseases on trees and fly speck diseases on fruits (Li et al. 2012).
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