Two new members of the rhytismataceae on pines from South-East Asia

Abstract

Lophodermella orientalis sp. nov., causing ‘yellow band’, a new disease of primary and secondary needles of young Pinus kesiya trees in first rotation plantations in North Bengal (India) and a forest nursery in Chiang Mai (Thailand), and Davisomycella asiatica sp. nov., on secondary needles of an unidentified pine in a forest nursery near Chiang Mai (Thailand) are described, illustrated and discussed. The Davisomycella is parasitized by a species of Monochaetia.

Citation

Transactions of the British Mycological Society (1988) 91 (1) 171-176 [Doi: 10.1016/S0007-1536(88)80022-6]

Two new members of the rhytismataceae on pines from South-East Asia

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