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Controlled fires in forests induce attack of the fungus Leptographium gallaeciae sp. nov. on Pinus pinaster

Controlled fires in forests induce attack of the fungus Leptographium gallaeciae sp. nov. on Pinus pinaster

Las hogueras en el monte, provocan el ataque del hongo Leptographium gallaeciae sp nv en el P pinaster Ait: 37

Biology and distribution are discussed of L. gallaeciae (an imperfect stage of the genus Ceratocystis), which attacks P. pinaster in Spain, France, and Portugal.

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