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Cylindrocladiella parva (P.J. Anderson) Boesew. (1982)
This fungus is widely distributed and infects a variety of plants, resulting in root rot, damping-off, dieback and/or plant decline. For example, it causes a black foot disease on grapevine with necrotic root lesions, wood necrosis of the rootstock base, a gradual decline, and finally death of the vine. The conidia are rod-shaped and elongated, around 15-18 x 2-3 µm in size.