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Host specificity by a mistletoe, Phoradendron villosum (Nutt.) Nutt. subsp. villosum, on three oak species in California



Host specificity by a mistletoe, Phoradendron villosum (Nutt.) Nutt. subsp. villosum, on three oak species in California



Botanical Gazette 144(1): 124-131



The occurrence of P. villosum varied with geography (21 field sites between San Francisco and Santa Barbara), host spp. and host size. Quercus agrifolia (evergreen) was virtually uninfested at sites north of Arroyo Grande but was infested south of Arroyo Grande. However, Q. douglasii and Q. lobata (both deciduous) were infested at N. and S. sites.

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DOI: 10.2307/2474676



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