Neofabraea (genus)

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Neofabraea - A-B) cultures, C) conidiomata on apple, D-F) conidiogenous cells, G) microconidia, H-I) macroconidia, J-K) intermediate conidia; scale bars: 10 μm (click on image to enlarge it)
Author(s): Y. Marin-Felix, J.Z. Groenewald, L. Cai, Q. Chen, S. Marincowitz, I. Barnes, K. Bensch, U. Braun, E. Camporesi, U. Damm, Z.W. de Beer, A. Dissanayake, J. Edwards, A. Giraldo, M. Hernández-Restrepo, K. D. Hyde, R. S. Jayawardena, L. Lombard and P.W. Crous
Source: Studies in Mycology (2017), vol. 86, p. 169

Neofabraea H.S. Jacks. 1913

This genus of fungi causes canker diseases on trees and post-harvest rots of pome fruits (bitter rot or bull‘s eye rot). The genus is mainly defined by the DNA structure of its members. In the past, anamorphic forms have been described under the genus Cryptosporiopsis (now considered a synonym for the genus Pezicula).

Type species: Neofabraea malicorticis

For a taxonomic review of the genus see Marin-Felix et al. (2017).


Currently, the following species have been entered into the system: