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First report in Virginia of Dicyma pulvinata colonizing Cercosporidium personatum, the causal agent of late leaf spot of peanut



First report in Virginia of Dicyma pulvinata colonizing Cercosporidium personatum, the causal agent of late leaf spot of peanut



Plant Disease 76(11): 1185



D. pulvinata was observed colonizing lesions of groundnut caused by C. personatum (Mycosphaerella berkeleyi) in Virginia, USA. Lesions caused by Cercospora arachidicola were not colonized. Microscopic examination indicated that 2.5% of abaxial lesions caused by M. berkeleyi were colonized and that adaxial colonizations were generally associated with colonization of the abaxial surface.

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