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The Marssonina disease of Poplar. 3. The occurrence of M. brunnea in the Netherlands



The Marssonina disease of Poplar. 3. The occurrence of M. brunnea in the Netherlands



Ned. Bosb. Tijdschr, 37: 6, 196-8



cf. F.A. 26 No. 881.) The pathogen causing minute brownish spots on leaves, petioles, and sometimes one-year shoots of hybrid Black Poplar varieties was identified as M. brunnea. Its perfect form is Drepanopeziza punctiformis sp. nov. The other two species known in the Netherlands are M. populi-nigrae (perfect form D. populorum) on hybrid Black Poplars and M. castagnei (perfect form D. populi-albae) on Populus alba.

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