Phaeoacremonium rubrigenum

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Phaeoacremonium rubrigenum - A-C) cultures, D–G) conidiophores with type III phialides; branched conidiophore G-J) phialides, K) conidia, L) adelophialide with conidia, M) conidia, N) mycelium with conidiophores and phialides, O) conidiophore, P-R) phialides - scale bars: D–R = 10 µm, scale bar for D applies to E–M (click on image to enlarge it)
Author(s): Lizel Mostert, Johannes Z. Groenewald, Richard C. Summerbell, Walter Gams and Pedro W. Crous
Source: Studies in Mycology (2006) 54, 1-113

Phaeoacremonium rubrigenum W. Gams, Crous & M.J. Wingf. 1996

This fungus is widely distributed and has been originally described as a human pathogen. However, it can also cause trunk diseases on grapevine and infects several other woody plants, resulting in tree decline.

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