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Phomopsis ichnocarpi sp. nov. on Ichnocarpus frutescens

, : Phomopsis ichnocarpi sp. nov. on Ichnocarpus frutescens. Current Science, India 56(20): 1078-1079

The new species is described. It was isolated from I. frutescens (Apocynaceae) with severe leaf spots in the undergrowth of a mixed plantation of deciduous trees.

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