Microcyclosporella mali J. Frank, Schroers & Crous, in Frank et al., Persoonia 24: 101 (2010).
Index Fungorum number: IF 516841; Facesoffungi number: FoF 11163, Fig. 1
Description: see Frank et al. (2010).
Material examined: see Frank et al. (2010).
Fig. 1 Microcyclosporella mali (CPC 16184, re-drawn from Fig. 3 in Frank et al. 2010). a Colony on OA. b Spermatia. c Spermatogenous cells. d Conidiophore with conidia. e–g Conidia with microcyclic conidiation. Scale bars = 10 µm.
Importance and distribution
Microcyclosporella comprises only one species known on Malus and Prunus fruit surface (Rosaceae) in Europe (Germany, Poland, Slovenia, Turkey) and the United States (Michigan, Ohio).
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