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

Pseudocercospora timorensis (Cooke) Deighton, Mycol. Pap. 140: 154. 1976.

Basionym: Cercospora timorensis Cooke, Grevillea 12:38. 1883.

 Description: Leaf spots angular to orbicular, scattered, 2-8 mm wide, yellowish brown to dark brown, with an indefinite darker border, occasionally with a concave or convex surface. Fruiting chiefly hypophyllous. Stromata lacking or rudimentary, filling stomatal openings, brown. Conidiophores 3-12 in a fascicle, pale olivaceous brown, paler and narrower towards the apex, 0-2 septate, rarely branched, not or slightly geniculate, conically truncate at the apex, 5-50 × 3-5 μm. Conidia subhyaline to pale olivaceous brown, cylindro-obclavate, shorter ones cylindric, straight to mildly curved, 2-12 septate, obtuse at the apex, obconic to ob-conically truncate at the base, 20- 100 × 2-4 μm.

Taiwan, Taichung Hsien, Kukuan, 27 Oct. 1985, NCHUPP-136c, on Ipomoea acuminata. Taichung Hsien, Takeng, 14 Oct. 1985, NCHUPP- 61a, on I. batatas (L.) Lam.

 Habitat: On leaves of Ipomoea spp.

Africa, British, Solomon Islands, Brunei, Ecuador, Fiji, Ghana, Guinea, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Mainland China, Malaysia, Mauritius, Nepal, New Guinea, New Hebrides, Panama, Philippines, Sierra Leone, Singapore, St. Lucia, Sudan, Taiwan, Tanzania, Uganda.


Hsieh, WH and Goh, TK. 1990.


W. H. Hsieh

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