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Plenodomus biglobosa (Shoemaker & H. Brun) Gruyter, Aveskamp & Verkley 2013
The fungus is wide-spread and closely related to Plenodomus lingam but less aggressive and was previously classified as group B of that species. It infects rape (canola) and can cause large lesions on canola cotyledons (see image at right). It also infects other Brassica species and other Brassicaceae. It spreads by air-borne ascospores. P. lingam and P. biglobosa occupy slightly different ecological niches.