Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Nectria cinnabarina

Nectria cinnabarina (Tode) Fries, 1849

coral spot

parasite

Bark cankers. Red, warty, fleshy perithecia; asci 8-10 x 95-96 µm, 8 spores, 4-6 x 14-18 µm, mostly 1-septate. Also stalked conidiodomata, conidia 2-3 x 5-7, aseptate.

host plants

polyphagous

Acer campestre, platanoides, pseudoplatanus, saccharum; Aesculus; Ailanthus; Alnus; Andrachne; Berberis; Betula; Caragana; Carpinus; Castanea; Celastrus; Cercis; Chaenomeles; Cornus; Corylus; Crataegus; Cytisus; Daphne; Elaeagnus; Euonymus; Fagus; Ficus; Forsythia; Fraxinus; Gleditsia; Ilex; Juglans; Kerria; Laburnum; Ligustrum; Lonicera; Lycium; Magnolia; Malus; Morus; Nothofagus; Paeonia; Parthenocissus; Philadelphus; Picea; Pinus; Populus tremula; Prunus; Pterocarya; Pyracantha; Pyrus communis; Quercus; Rhamnus; Rhus; Ribes; Robinia; Rubus; Salix; Sambucus; Sorbus aria; Spiraea trilobata; Staphylea; Styphnolobium; Syringa; Tilia; Ulmus x hollandica; Vitis; Weigela; Wisteria.

synonyms

Tubercularia vulgaris Tode, 1790.

references

Blumer (1946a). Brandenburger (1985a: 36), Hirooka, Rossman & Chaverri (2011a), Hirooka, Rossman, Samuels, ao (2012a), Kozłowska, Mułenko & Heluta (2015a), Tomiczek 2007.

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