Phylum:Anamorphic fungi >> Class: Anamorphic fungi >>  Order: Anamorphic fungi 
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 Scientific Name: Pseudocercospora flagellariae

Pseudocercospora flagellariae [Sawada ex] Goh & Hsieh, Trans. mycol. Soc. R.O.C. 2: 130. 987d. 987.

 Description: Leaf spots elliptical, 3-5 mm wide, pale brown to dark brown. Fruiting hypophyllous. Sec-ondary mycelium absent. Stromata hemispheric, consist of dark brown cells, 50-70 μm wide, up to 40 μm tall. Conidiophores densely fasciculate, cylindrical, brown not branched, not geniculate, 0-2 septate, truncate at the apex, very short (only 5-20 μm in length), 4-6 μm wide; conidial scars inconspicuous. Conidia cylindric to slightly clavate, rarely obclavate, substraight to curved, colourless, indistinctly 3-5 septate, smooth, thin walled, rounded at the apex, truncate at the base, 55-70 × 4-5 μm; hilum inconspicuous.

Taiwan, Taipei, Pintung Hsien, Hengchun, 26 April, 1931, holotype in herb. NTU-PPE.

 Habitat: On leaves of Flagellaria indica L.



Sawada, K. 1942a; Sawada, K. 1943a.


W. H. Hsieh

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