Cylindrocladiella (genus)

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A-B) conidiophores on infected alfalfa seeds, C) on roots, D) on carnation leaf; E-AA) asexual morphs; scale bars: E–I,O = 50 μm; J–N, P–AA = 10 μm (click on image to enlarge it)
Author(s): Y. Marin-Felix et al.
Source: Studies in Mycology (2019), vol. 92, p. 52

Cylindrocladiella Boesew. 1982

This genus has a world-wide distribution and contains species of fungi that cause diseases on a variety of plants, including forest trees and crops like grapevine or kiwi plants. The symptoms cover leaf spot diseases, root rot, stem cankers or damping-off.

Type species: Cylindrocladiella parva

For a review and a redescription of the genus see Y. Marin-Felix et al. 2019 .

The following species are currently entered under Cylindrocladiella (genus):