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Capitorostrum cocoes sp.nov., causing leaf spot of Cocos nucifera


, : Capitorostrum cocoes sp.nov., causing leaf spot of Cocos nucifera. Mycotaxon 42: 95-97

Capitorostrum cocoes sp.nov. is described from leaf spots of coconut from Papua New Guinea.

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