Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Colletotrichum gloeosporioides

Colletotrichum gloeosporioides (Penzig) Penzig & Saccardo, 1884

anthracnose

parasite

Leaf spots, also dead plant parts, with acervuli. These are decorated with a variable number of erect, dark, 2-4 celled setae. Conidia 3-6 x 9-24 µm. Ascomata with 8-spored asci, 10-12 x 43-60 µm, spores 4-6 x 12-24 µm.

host plants

polyphagous

Acacia; Achillea; Aesculus; Agave; Annona; Anthurium; Arbutus; Arum; Aruncus; Aucuba; Bauhinia; Begonia; Bougainvillea glabra, spectabilis; Camellia; Cercis; Chrozophora; Cistus; Citrus; Clarkia; Clerodendrum; Codiaeum; Cordia; Crotalaria; Dictamnus; Dieffenbachia; Diospyros; Dracaena; Eriobotrya; Erysimum; Eucalyptus; Fatsia; Ficus; Glycine; Gossypium; Gymnocladus; Hedera helix; Helianthemum; Hosta; Hoya; Ilex; Juglans; Lens; Ligustrum; Liriodendron; Lonicera; Lycopersicon; Magnolia; Mahonia; Malus domestica; Mangifera; Matthiola; Monstera; Musa; Nerium; Nicotiana; Nigella; Olea; Philodendron; Phoenix dactylifera; Phormium; Physocarpus; Piper; Populus; Primula; Prunus; Ptelea; Pyrostegia; Pyrus; Quercus; Rhamnus; Rhododendron; Rhus; Rubus; Salix viminalis; Sansevieria; Senecio; Smilax; Solanum; Spiraea; Syringa; Trachycarpus; Veronica; Vinca; Vincetoxicum hirundinaria; Viola reichenbachiana, rupestris; Vitis; Zamia.

synonyms

Colletotrichum annonicola Spegazzini, 1911; Glomerella cingulata (Stoneman) Spaulding & Schrenk; Phyllosticta asclepiadearum Westendorp,1851; Vermicularia microchaeta Passerini, 1890.

references

Brandenburger (1985a: 11, 35, 46, 70, 73, 83, 93, 130, 502), Moret i Benaset & Nadal i Puigdefabregas (1984a), Mułenko, Piątek, Wołczańska, ao (2010a), Palmucci & Wolcan (2005a), Ruszkiewicz-Michalska (2006a).

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