Phaeoacremonium viticola

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Phaeoacremonium viticola - A-C) cultures, D-F) conidiophores; branched conidiophore (D); conidiophore with terminal and 1 adjacent lateral phialide (E), G-M) phialides, N) conidia, O-P) adelophialides with conidia, Q) conidia, R-T) phialides - scale bars: D–S = 10 µm; T. = 5 µm. Scale bar for D applies to E–Q (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 viticola J. Dupont 2000

This fungus is widely distributed. It has been recorded as causing an esca-like trunk disease on grapevine, similar to Phaeoacremonium minimum. However, it also infects the vascular tissue of various fruit and forest trees, causing wood staining and decline diseases.

Synonyms:
Togninia viticola