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Diplodia africana Damm & Crous 2008
This fungus was originally found to infect stone fruit trees in South Africa. It has been subsequently recorded to also infect grapevine and conifer and other trees in Italy and Australia. The conidia are hyaline, aseptate, thick-walled, and oblong to cylindrical with an average size of around 30 × 12 µm (Seddaiu et al., 2019).