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A new species of Exobasidium causing giant galls on Camellia japonica



A new species of Exobasidium causing giant galls on Camellia japonica



Transactions of the Mycological Society of Japan 22(4): 393-395



A description is given of E. giganteum which causes galls on leaves of C. japonica.

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