Phylum:Ascomycota >> Class: Dothideomycetes >>  Order: Dothideomycetes 
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 Scientific Name: Pseudocercospora allophylina

Pseudocercospora allophylina [Sawada ex] Goh & Hsieh. Trans. mycol. Soc. R.O.C. 2(2):127-128, 1987.

 Description: Leaf spots amphigenous, suborbicular to irregular or punctiform, dark brown, 0.5-3 mm wide or confluent and become larger. Fruiting amphigenous, punctiform. Stromata dark brown, globose, up to 100 μm wide. Conidiophores densely fasciclilate, dark brown, paler or almost colourless at the apex, curved or undulate, uniform in width, septate, rarely geniculate, not branched, very long, up to 500 μm in length, 4-5 μm wide, subtruncate or rounded at the apex; conidial scars unthickened. Conidia cylindro-obclavate, subliyaline to very pale olivaceous, straight or slightly curved, 5-8 septate, obtuse at the apex, obconically truncate at the base, 45- 80 × 4-5 μm; hilum unthickened.

Taiwan, Pingtung Hsieh, Erhiuanpi, 19 Oct. 1908, holotype in Herb. NTU-PPE

 Habitat: On leaves of Allophylus timorensis (DC.) Blume.



Sawada, K. 1944.


W. H. Hsieh

 Note: This fungus differs from Pseudocercospora allophyli (Hansford) Deighton (1987) and Pseudocercospora allophylicola Deighton (1987) by its well developed stromata and by its densely fasciculate, relatively very much longer conidiophores.