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Research on the identity and systematic position of the fungus causing the olive disease attributed to Macrophoma or Spaeropsis dalmatica



Research on the identity and systematic position of the fungus causing the olive disease attributed to Macrophoma or Spaeropsis dalmatica



Annales de l' Institut Phytopathologique Benaki 12(1): 59-71



The disease, common in Greece, is due to a Camarosporium sp. with 2 types of spore: A, elongated, fusiform, 20-34 X 6.5-9 mu m, and B, ovoid, ellipsoid or pyriform, 10.5-23 X 6.5-9.5 mu m. Both types are uni- or multicellular, divided by 1 or more transverse and/or longitudinal septa, and hyaline to brown. On infected olives 3 types of pycnidia are found, containing spores A, B or a mixture of the 2.

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