Quambalaria eucalypti

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Quambalaria eucalypti - culture (left), conidia (right) (click on image to enlarge it)
Author(s): Shuaifei Chen, Qianli Liu, Guoqing Li and Michael J. Wingfield
Source: Front. Agr. Sci. Eng (2017), vol. 4 p. 433-447

Quambalaria eucalypti (M.J. Wingf., Crous & W.J. Swart) J.A. Simpson, 2000

This fungus causes an important disease of eucalypts. The symptoms include shoot and leaf blight, leaf spot, dieback and cankers. Q. eucalypti is found in Australia, parts of Asia, southern Africa, Europe and South America. Apart from eucalypts (the genera Eucalyptus and Corymbia), also trees of the genus Myrceugenia can become infected. It can cause significant damage in eucalypt nurseries (Andrade et al., 2005).

Sporothrix eucalypti