Neoscytalidium dimidiatum

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Neoscytalidium dimidiatum - A–B) conidia, C) conidiogenous cells of coelomycete synanamorph, D–F) conidia of coelomycete synanamorph (arrows denote sheath), scale bars = 4 μm
Authors: Pedro W. Crous, Bernard Slippers, Michael J. Wingfield, John Rheeder, Walter F.O. Marasas, Alan J.L. Philips, Artur Alves, Treena Burgess, Paul Barber and Johannes Z. Groenewald
Source: Studies in Mycology, 2006, 55, p.246

Neoscytalidium dimidiatum (Penz.) Crous & Slippers 2006 - (Scytalidium wilt)

The fungus is an opportunistic pathogen, causing different diseases like cankers, diebacks or rots on various crops and fruits (e.g. cassava, mango or citrus). Conidia are produced as arthric chains and are dark brown, cylindrical to round with no or one septa and have a size of of around 8-10 x ~6 µm.

Synonyms:
Exosporina fawcetii
Fusicoccum dimidiatum
Fusicoccum eucalypti
Hendersonula toruloidea
Nattrassia mangiferae
Neoscytalidium hyalinum
Scytalidium dimidiatum
Scytalidium lignicola
Torula dimidiata