Neopestalotiopsis clavispora

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Neopestalotiopsis clavispora (G.F. Atk.) Maharachch., K.D. Hyde & Crous 2014

This fungus is widely distributed and infects a variety of crops. It has been described to cause various diseases, including rots, blights, leaf spots and dieback. The acervuli are black and are arranged in concentric rings. Conidia are spindle-shaped and five-celled with a size of 20-25 x ~8 μm. The apical and basal cells of the conidia are hyaline, whereas the 2nd cell from the base is pale brown and the third and fourth cells darker brown.

Synonyms:
Pestalotiopsis clavispora