Pseudoplagiostoma eucalypti

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Pseudoplagiostoma eucalypti - a) leaf spot on eucalpt, b-f) ascomata, g-j) asci, k) ascospores, l-m) condiomata, n-u) conidiogenous cells and conidia - scale bars: a=5 mm, b=1 mm, c, e=50 μm, d=5 μm, f–j=30 μm, k, s–u=20 μm, l=200 μm, m=70 μm, n–q=15 μm (click on image to enlarge it)
Author(s): R. Cheewangkoon, J.Z. Groenewald, G.J.M. Verkley, K.D. Hyde, M.J. Wingfield, M. Gryzenhout, B.A. Summerell, S. Denman, C. Toanun and P.W. Crous
Source: Fungal Diversity (2010) 44 p. 97

Pseudoplagiostoma eucalypti Cheewangkoon, M.J. Wingf. & Crous 2010

The fungus is widely distributed and causes leaf spots as well as shoot blight on eucalypt. The species is mainly characterised by its unusual ascospore morphology.

Synonyms:
Cryptosporiopsis eucalypti