Nakataea oryzae

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Nakataea oryzae (Catt. 1877) J. Luo & N. Zhang 2013

The fungus causes stem rot of rice. With high inoculum density, yield losses can reach 50% or higher.

Taxonomic note: N. oryzae has been originally described as Sclerotium oryzae (Archivio del Laboratorio Botanico Crittogamico dell´Università di Pavia. 2-3: 75, 1877) which has taxonomic priority over Leptosphaeria salvinii (Archivio del Laboratorio Botanico Crittogamico dell´Università di Pavia 2-3: 126, 1879) on which the name Magnaporthe salvinii (Catt.) R.A. Krause & R.K. Webster 1972 (and the genus Magnaporthe) has been based. The genus Nakataea (described in 1939) has again priority over the genus Magnaporthe (described in 1972).

Synonyms:
Leptosphaeria salvinii
Magnaporthe salvinii
Nakataea sigmoidea
Sclerotium oryzae