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Teratosphaeria nubilosa (Cooke 1890) Crous & U. Braun 2007
The fungus is wide-spread and causes leaf blotch on eucalypts. Mainly juvenile foliage becomes infected. Initially, pale-green spots develop on both sides of the leaves. They enlarge and coalesce to yellow or pale brown blotches with dark-brown raised borders.
For a review of the fungus see Hunter et al. (2009).