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Alternaria cassiae Juriar and Khan, 1960
This fungus was first described from Cassia holosericea, but infects a number of other plants, causing foliar diseases. Among crops, it has been described as causing a destructive disease of cowpea in southern Africa (e.g. see Van Den Berg et al., 2003). Like several other Alternaria species, it can spread through infected seeds.