Fusarium curvatum

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Fusarium curvatum - a+b) culture on PDA, c–d) conidiophores on surface of carnation leaf, e-f) sporodochia on carnation leaves. g–i) conidiophores, monophialides and polyphialides (arrows) on aerial mycelium, j) phialidic pegs on aerial mycelium, k–o) sporodochia and sporodochial conidiophores, p) microconidia, q) macroconidia - scale bars: g–i, n = 20 μm; j, o–q = 10 μm, k–m = 50 μm (click to enlarge)
Author(s): L. Lombard, M. Sandoval-Denis, S.C. Lamprecht, and P.W. Crous
Source: Persoonia (2019), 43, p. 22

Fusarium curvatum L. Lombard & Crous 2019

This fungus has been described from the monocot plant Beaucarnia, but also infects plants from the genera Matthiola and Hedera (Lombard et al., 2019). It belongs to the Fusarium oxysporum species complex and publications dealing with Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. matthiolae are included in the literature references (top left). Apart from Matthiola, this forma specialis has been reported to infect also plants from the family Brassicaceae.