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  1. Entomosporium Leaf Spot Entomosporium mespili (DC.) Sacc. Entomosporium leaf spot, caused by the fungus Entomosporium mespili (formerly E. maculatum), is a common disease of various woody ornamentals in the family Rosaceae. In Louisiana landscapes, however, it is most commonly a problem on Indian hawthorn (Raphiolepis indica) and red tip photini
  2. Pathogen. Diplocarpon mespili is an Ascomycete whose asexual stage is a member of the Coelomycetes.Diplocarpon mespili (syn. Diplocarpon maculatum, Diplocarpon soraueri, Entomopeziza mespili, Entomopeziza soraueri, Entomosporium maculatum, Entomosporium mespili, Fabraea maculata) produces conidia in fruiting bodies called acervuli.Conidia are 4- or 5-celled
  3. Entomosporium leaf spot (Diplocarpon mespili) symptoms. Photo: Ron Jones, North Carolina State University, Bugwood.org. Management. Sanitation steps such as pruning out symptomatic foliage and removal of leaf debris can help to reduce the amount of fungal spores around the plant that can reinfect new foliage

The main culprit among photinia bush diseases is Entomosporium mespili, the fungus that causes photinia leaf spot. Like most plant fungi , this one thrives in the cool, moist environment of the fall and spring and attacks the most vulnerable new growth that gives the shrub its name, red-tipped photinia, and the disease spreads from there Leaf spot, caused by Entomosporium maculatum, is a widespread and destructive disease of woody ornamentals in the rose family (Rosaceae).Red tip photinia and other photinia species along with Indian hawthorn are commonly damaged by Entomosporium leaf spot. Other hosts include loquat (Eriobotrya japonica), flowering and fruiting pear (Pyrus sp.), firethorn (Pyracantha sp.), hawthorn (Crataegus. Entomosporium (en tow moe sporee um) leaf spot often damages red tip photinias (Photinia fraseri) and Indian Hawthorn (Rhaphiolepis indica) plants. This disease is a widespread and destructive fungal disease of woody ornamentals in the rose (Rosaceae) family. Other hosts for this pathogen include loquat, flowering and fruiting pears, firethorn. Entomosporium leaf spot is a fungal disease you definitely want to avoid. Once leaves are infected with the disease, there is no saving them. You can, though, save your plant -- that is, if you.

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  1. Entomosporium Leaf Spot. Serviceberries recently infected with Entomosporium leaf spot (Entomosporium macualtum, Entomosporium mespili) exhibit small, round red leaf spots that develop yellow.
  2. Entomosporium leaf spot is a fungal disease caused by the fungus Entomosporium mespili and affects several common landscape plants here in North Texas. Indian Hawthorn and red tip photinia are particularly susceptible. Other host plants include ornamentals in the Rosaceae family like quince and pear
  3. ute, reddish purple dots on either the upper or lower leaf surface. Older spots have a slightly depressed center with raised margins (Fig. 1). On the juvenile, reddis
  4. Entomosporium mespili,is a widespread and damaging disease on the popular ornamental shrub,redtip photinia (Photinia x. fraseri).The Indian hawthorn (Raphiolepsis indica) and some pear cultivars (Pyrus. sp.) are also susceptible to this disease. The disease is most destructive during cool,wet weather and when activ
  5. General information about Diplocarpon mespili (DIPCMA) Name Language; black spot of pear: English: entomosporium leaf spot: English: leaf blight of pea

Diplocarpon mespili (anamorph=Entomosporium mespili) Mountain Ash - Entomosporium Leaf Spot Signs & Symptoms Mountain Ash - Entomosporium Leaf Spot Pathogen Return to Plant Disease Images Lis Monoconidial isolates of Entomosporium mespili were successfully cultured using a simple isolation procedure. A detailed description of the steps required for isolating E. mespili is provided. The characteristic pattern of conidial germination and growth on potato dextrose agar is also described. Th The problem that essentially took red tips off the market was the fungal disease known as Entomosporium leaf spot, caused by the fungal pathogen Diplocarpon mespili (conidial state is Entomosporium mespili). In the second image, we see a very moderate degree of spotting, just as the growing season is getting started (both images were taken on. Entomosporium leaf spot (ELS) is caused by the fungus Fabraea maculata (anamorph: Entomosporium mespili) and affects most pear cultivars and quince rootstocks in Brazil. The aim of this study was to characterize the effect of Adams, EMA and EMC quince rootstocks on ELS in European pear cultivar Abate Fetel in Southern Brazil, during the 2009/2010, 2010/2011 and 2011/2012 growing season

Entomosporium mespili has emerged as a significant pathogen of red tip (Photinia × fraseri), a popular and widely grown ornamental in the southeastern United States.This fungal pathogen produces its distinctive multi-celled, insect-like asexual spores or conidia (Fig. 1) in structures known as acervuli (Fig. 2) that rupture the surfaces of infected leaves Identification. This fungus appears in early summer as reddish-brown, angular spots up to 9 ⁄16″ in diameter. In the center of each spot there is a minute black fruiting body (avervuli) that is visible only with a hand lens. As the fungus spreads the spots enlarge and the leaf yellows, leaving green halos around the brown spots The Pathogen: Entomosporium leaf spot, also known as leaf blight or scald on some hosts (see Host and Pathogen Range section), is caused by Diplocarpon mespili (Sorauer) Sutton (Fabraea maculata Atk.). The anamorph is Entomosporium mespili (DC. ex Duby) Sacc. (E. maculatum Lev.) [see (17) for full synonomy]. Races of th by the fungus Entomosporium mespili. Other ornamen-tals reported to be hosts of the fungus include juneberry (Amelanchier spp.), flowering quince (Chaenomeles spp.), loquat (Eriobotrya japonica), firethorn (Pyracan-tha coccinea var. formosana), Indian hawthorn (Rhaphi-olepis indica), and mountain ash (Sorbus sitchensis). Symptom Leaf-wetness duration and temperature required for infection of saskatoon leaves by Entomosporium mespili under controlled conditions Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology-revue Canadienne De Phytopathologie, 200

This video is about Entomosporium Leaf Spot. This video is about Entomosporium Leaf Spot The influence of leaf-wetness duration and temperature on infection of Amelanchier alnifolia (saskatoon) by Entomosporium mespili was quantified in controlled-environment studies. Plants were inoculated with a conidial suspension and then subjected to a period of leaf wetness (0, 6, 12, and 24 h), after which they were moved to a growth room set at a fixed temperature (10, 15, 20, 25, and 30. Goals / Objectives The objective of this study is to examine a variety of plant pathogenic fungi and the diseases they cause using a combination of modern light and electron microscopic techniques. The diseases/pathogens to be studied include Entomosporium mespili, black rot root disease caused by Thielaviopsis basicola and powdery mildew disease of poinsettia caused by Oidium sp. Particular. Entomosporium leaf spot, caused by the fungus Diplocarpon mespili is a common disease of landscape ornamentals , in the ose family, and r fruit treecertain s such as pears and apples. Entomosporium, meaning insect-like, is descriptive of the fungal spores (Figure 1) Genetic Diversity of Entomosporium mespili and its Interaction with Saskatoon Berry Supervisor: Dr. Fouad Daayf. The saskatoon (Amelanchier Alnifolia Nutt.) is a woody shrub from the rose family. One of the main challenges to its culture is Entomosporium leaf and berry spot (ELBS) disease, which i

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Entomosporium mespili is the fungus that causes Entomosporium leaf and berry spot disease in saskatoon. A similar strain of the fungus also attacks hawthorn, mountain ash, apple and pear. The fungus tends to flourish when weather conditions include high relative humidity or rainfall and temperatures between 20 and 26ºC Entomosporium mespili - conidia from Crataegus leaf. Show full item record. Title: Entomosporium mespili - conidia from Crataegus leaf: Author: Barron, George: URI: Entomosporium_m ia_from_Crataegus_leaf.jpg: 218.9Kb: JPEG image: This item appears in the following Collection(s Cause Diplocarpon mespili, formerly Fabraea maculata (asexual: Entomosporium mespili), a fungus. The fungus overwinters in diseased leaves and shoots. Spores are disseminated by splashing water and need 9 to 12 hours of leaf wetness to infect leaves. Bright sun reduced spore survival during dry periods

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This fungus Entomosporium mespili causes leaf spot on all members of the rose family, including red tip photinias. Starting as a red, brown, or black dot on leaves, the leaf spot expands outward as the fungus grows. Eventually, the red spots turn into a gray area rimmed by red. As the fungus spreads, it disrupts vascular function in the leaves. Entomosporium leaf spot, caused by the fungus Entomosporium mespili, is the most common disease of Indian hawthorn. It is most damaging following periods of frequent rainfall in the spring and fall. Entomosporium leaf spot on Indian hawthorn (Raphiolepis species) Entomosporium leaf spot, caused by Entomosporium mespili, is an aggravating and serious disease of Photinia, Juneberry, Flowering quince, Loquat, Firethorn, Indian hawthorn, and Mountain ash. Symptoms start on leaves as tiny raised dots on either side of the leaf. The lesions become bright red with gray centers. Smal Entomosporium mespili (DC.) Sacc. Fabraea maculata (Lév.) G.F.Atk. Morthiera mespili (DC.) Fuckel Morthiera mespili var. cydoniae Cooke & Ellis Stigmatea mespili Sorauer Xyloma mespili DC. Homonyms Diplocarpon mespili (Sorauer) B.Sutton Common names Quince Leaf Blight in Englis

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  1. ation and growth on potato dextrose agar is also described. The process that was successful in obtaining pure isolates involved collecting material in the.
  2. Related Scientific Names: Entomosporium mespili (DC.) Sacc. (Anamorph)Entomosporium maculatum Lév.(Synonym)Fabraea maculata (Lév.) G.F. Atk. (Synonym
  3. INTRODUCTION The anamorphic Entomosporium mespili is a composite species, comprising a group of morphologically indistinguishable taxa which have been described under various host-based names (Sutton, 1980). They are pathogenic to hosts in the Rosaceae. We have studied the development of E. mespili on Photinia‹fraseri, which is a popular and.
Entomosporium leaf spot (Diplocarpon mespili ) on Indian

Image 1574940 is of Entomosporium leaf spot (Diplocarpon mespili ) foliage on chokeberry. It is by Gerald Holmes at Strawberry Center, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Characteristic leaf spots. A very common disease throught NC. June 199 Ultrastructure of conidiogenesis and mature conidia in the plant pathogenic Entomosporium mespili - Volume 104 Issue 4. Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract: Saskatoon (Amelanchier alnifolia Nutt.) cultivars were evaluated for their resistance to Entomosporium leaf and berry spot disease, caused by the fungal pathogen Entomosporium mespili DC. (Sacc.). Leaves and fruit from naturally infected plants of saskatoon cultivars were evaluated for disease incidence and. Monoconidial isolates of Entomosporium mespili were successfully cultured using a simple isolation procedure. A detailed description of the steps required for isolating E. mespili is provided. The characteristic pattern of conidial germination and growth on potato dextrose agar is also described. The process that was successful in obtaining. Ultrastructure of conidiogenesis and mature conidia in the plant pathogenic Entomosporium mespili. Mims CW, Sewall TC, Richardson EA. Mycol Res, 104(4):453-462, 01 Apr 2000 Cited by: 5 articles | AGR: IND2205773

or blight (Diplocarpon mespili, anamorph: Entomosporium mespili) - 4 - Table 1. Common Fungi Responsible for Leaf Spot Diseases in Midwestern Shade and Ornamental Trees Fungal Trees General Symptoms Alternaria Ash, boxelder, catalpa, cherry, elm, holly, locust, magnolia, maple Entomosporium leaf and berry spot, which is caused by the fungal pathogen Entomosporium mespili, can cause up to 100% yield loss in Amelanchier alnifolia (saskatoon) in years when weather conditions are conducive to disease development. In an effort to optimize the effectiveness and minimize the use of fungicides, a dynamic diseaseforecasting model was developed

Image 5383150 is of Entomosporium leaf spot (Diplocarpon mespili ) symptoms on Indian hawthorn. It is by Elizabeth Bush at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Leaf spots on lower leaf surface with acervul Entomosporium mespili. The cultured pathogen successfully reproduced the same disease symptom on the leaves of loquat tree and found to be E. mespili . A monoconidial culture was deposited in Korean Agricultural Culture Collection (KACC 44727). This is the first report of E. mespili causing leaf spot of loquat tree in Korea Leaf fall induced by chemical sprays can be used to facilitate farm labor management. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of chemical defoliants AVG, ethephon and calcium chloride on the physiology-reproductive parameters and entomosporium leaf spot (ELS) (Entomosporium mespiliEntomosporium mespili Problems. Entomosporium leaf spot, caused by the fungus Entomosporium mespili, is the most common disease of Indian hawthorn. It is most damaging following periods of frequent rainfall in the spring and fall. Collect and discard fallen diseased leaves during winter, and then mulch the shrubs

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Image 5368845 is of Entomosporium leaf spot (Diplocarpon mespili ) asexual spore on chokeberry. It is by Paul Bachi at University of Kentucky Research and Education Center. Spores of the fungus Entomosporium mespili look like an insect and thus the genus name of the fungus /nocu/um preparation. Entomosporium mespili spores were collected in the Winter of 1994-95 rom naturally in­ fected, P xfraseri 'Birmingham' growing in a commercial parking lot in the greater Washington, DC, area. Symptom­ atic leaves were collected as needed to provide a continual supply of inoculum. Leaves were incubated in darkness im Entomosporium mespili appears to be a hemibiotroph on infected Photinia leaves. This fungal pathogen produced distinctive haustoria in living host cells in young lesions. Each haustorium possessed a long slender neck with a single septum and an enlarged distal body that contained a single nucleus. A collar of host cel Taxonomy. x; UniProtKB. Protein knowledgebase. UniParc. Sequence archive. Help. Help pages, FAQs, UniProtKB manual, documents, news archive and Biocuration projects Entomosporium leaf spot, caused by the fungus Entomosporium mespili (formerly E. maculatum), is a common disease of various woody ornamentals in the family Rosaceae. In Louisiana landscapes, however, it is most commonly a problem on Indian hawthorn (Raphiolepis indica) and red tip photinia (Photinia fraseri)

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Entomosporium mespili appears to be a hemibiotroph on infected Photinia leaves. This fungal pathogen produced distinctive haustoria in living host cells in young lesions. Each haustorium possessed a long slender neck with a single septum and an enlarged distal body that contained a single nucleus In this regard, studies about the behavior of European pear Fabraea maculata Lév. G.F. Atk. (anamorph: Entomosporium mespili cultivars under different quince rootstocks are indispensable. The (DC. ex) Sacc.) Information is given about Entomosporium leaf spot, a disease of Photinia serrulata, Photinia glabra, red tip (Photinia × fraseri), juneberry (Amelanchier spp.), flowering quince (Chaenomeles spp.), loquat (Eriobotrya japonica), firethorn (Pyracantha coccinea var. formosana), Indian hawthorn (Rhaphiolepis indica), and mountain ash (Sorbus sitchensis), caused by the fungus Entomosporium mespili

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Influence of Quince Rootstocks on Entomosporium Leaf Spot (Entomosporium mespili) Susceptibility in European Pear cv. Abate Fetel 144 and 544.7 mm) period of evaluation were 17.7 °C, 78.1% and 668.1 mm, respectively (Fig. 1). These conditions were considered favorable for the development of ELS infection because of the humi

Helotiales » Drepanopezizaceae » Diplocarpon Diplocarpon mespili. Diplocarpon mespili (Sorauer) B. Sutton, The Coelomycetes (Kew): 150 (1980) = Entomosporium mespili (DC.) Sacc., Michelia 2(no. 6): 115 (1880) Facesoffungi number: FoF 07318. Parasitic on the host plant. Sexual morph: see Sutton (1980). Asexual morph: Conidiomata 100-750 µm diam., 30-100 µm high, yellowish brown to dark. Infection of Photinia Leaves by Entomosporium mespili. A. B. A. M. Baudoin, Assistant Professor, Department of Plant Pathology, Physiology, and Weed Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg 24061. Young, expanding leaves of Photinia fraseri were highly susceptible to Entomosporium leaf spot, but few spots. View the product label for Propiconazole 14.3 from Quali-Pro. See active ingredients, product application, restrictions, and more

Entomosporium mespili conidia on Amelanchier alnifolia Q.A. Holtslag, W.R. Remphrey, W.G.D. Fernando, R.G. St-Pierre, and R. Dill-Macky Abstract: Amelanchier alnifolia, commonly known as saskatoon, is a fruit-bearing shrub native to the Canadian Prairies. Currently, production is limited by the fungal pathogen Entomosporium mespili. It was. Currently, production is limited by the fungal pathogen Entomosporium mespili. It was found that there is a positive linear relationship between the relative concentration of E. mespili conidia (X) and the percent of saskatoon leaf area that is infected (Y), as represented by the equation Y = 0.0534X A entomosporiose causada pelo fungo Fabraea maculata (anamorfo: Entomosporium mespili) é a principal doença foliar na cultura da pereira presente no Brasil. O patógeno E. mespili causa infecções em mais de 50 espécies de plantas, sendo a maioria da família Rosaceae, como a pereira, o marmeleiro e a macieira

Entomosporium leaf spot, caused by the fungus Diplocarpon mespili, is a common disease of landscape ornamentals in the rose family, and certain fruit trees such as pears and apples. Entomosporium, meaning insect-like, is descriptive of the fungal spore Entomosporium leaf spot (Diplocarpon mespili) on chokeberry (Photinia x fraseri). Photo: Mary Ann Hansen, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Bugwood.org. Management. In most cases, leaf spotting diseases will not threaten the health of the shrub This once popular landscape plant has nearly disappeared from nurseries because of a fungal disease, Entomosporium mespili. It may be propagated by hardwood cuttings. Reports state that a rooting hormone is necessary. This plant is still be seen in local landscapes, often as an overgrown, over-trimmed foundation shrub Termos para indexação: Entomosporium mespili, Pyrus communis, área abaixo da curva de progresso da doença, queda natural das folhas. Introduction Brazilian pear (Pyrus communis L.) production was approximately 15 thousand tons in 2015/2016 (IBGE, 2017b). Associated with per capita consumption, there is a high potential for pear culture. Diplocarpon mespili (Entomosporium, asexual stage) Rake and destroy fallen leaves. Apply a fungicide during bud break and at 10-day intervals during wet weather. Two or three applications may be sufficient. Cease spraying if the weather dries. Cedar rust on fruit, leaves and twigs of hawthorn

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The plant has one major issue, the disease Entomosporium leaf spot, which is caused by the fungus Entomosporium mespili. The disease, which occurs not only on Indian Hawthorn but also other woody ornamentals in the rose family, is characterized by heavy spotting of the leaves followed by premature defoliation Over the study period, drenches of All-In-One failed to protect photinia from Entomosporium leaf spot, while the foliar-applied fungicides significantly reduced disease levels. Defoliation on the non-fungicide treated controls was similar to the All-In-One drench and ranged over the study period from 25 to nearly 75% Entomosporium leaf spot Entomosporium mespili Pristine (Saskatoon berries only) boscalid, pyraclostrobin 7 & 11 0 Once dry - 29 days 1 hr 1.6 Entomosporium leaf & berry spot Entomosporium mespili Kumulus (Saskatoon berries only) sulpjur M 1 24 hrs n/a 7.5 Gymnosporangium rust Gymnosporangium nelsonii Pristine (Saskatoon berries only

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Spots on fruit of cv. 'Bartlett' caused by the fungus Fabraea maculata (syn. Diplocarpon mespili, anamorph Entomosporium mespili) (Photo by Aćimović S. G., 2016) Figure 6. Bitter rot of apple fruit caused by the fungus Colletotrichum fioriniae on Asian pear cv. 'Olympic' (Photo by Aćimović S. G., 2017) Figure 7 Persistent wet weather is creating conditions for Entomosporium leaf spot to make an appearance in Louisiana. Caused by the fungus Entomosporium mespili, it's a common disease of various woody. Entomosporium leaf spot, caused by the fungus Entomosporium mespili, is the most common disease of Indian hawthorn. These expand and on heavily diseased leaves, merge, forming large, irregular blotches. Severe infections may result in early leaf drop Pest and Life Cycle - (Entomosporium maculatum or Entomosporium mespili) Photinia Leaf Spot is a fungal disease that overwinters on infected leaves and twigs, releasing spores during both spring and fall rains.These are dispersed by wind and water droplets, infecting the new foliage. This disease also affects Rhaphiolepsis or Indian Hawthorn and several other members of the rose family Abstract: Entomosporium leaf and berry spot, which is caused by the fungal pathogen Entomosporium mespili, can cause up to 100% yield loss in Amelanchier alnifolia (saskatoon) in years when weather conditions are conducive to disease development. In an effort to optimize the effectiveness and minimize the use of fungicides, a dynamic disease

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Entomosporium leaf spot (Entomosporium mespili) Gymnosporangium rust (Gymnosporangium nelsonii) 1.6 4 0 Begin applications prior to disease development and continue on a 7 to 14day schedule. Use a shorter - interval and/or higher rates when disease pressure is high Entomosporium Leaf Spot of Photinia Alan Windham, Professor, Entomology and Plant Pathology Control For successful control of leafspots, a good spray program, along with sanitation and pruning, is nec-essary. Diseased plants should be pruned in the spring before new growth appears. Also, if possible, fallen leaves should be removed and burned. Cut Entomosporium mespili é comum nas rosáceas, com maior incidência em marmelo e pêra, afetando também a maçã quando encontra-se sob alta pressão de inóculo procedente de pomares próximos das outras espécies mais suscetíveis. Além das rosáceas,. high quality fruit. Entomosporium leaf and berry spot (ELBS), caused by Entomospo-rium mespili (DC.) Sacc., is a serious threat to commercial operations meeting demand in either of the markets described above because it causes spotting, cracking, and deformation of saskatoon fruit. ELBS was of minor importance until 1990, when it caused havoc. ܐF _ a @ @Entomosporium mespili P D ԂƖh ̂˂炢 @ ͏t ӏH ɂ Ē ԑ A c ؂ł͏t L A ~ J ̔

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Entomosporium mespili (fungus), Diplocarpon mespili (imperfect stage) Found to be throughout North America and Europe. Favored by cool, wet weather. Predictable outbreaks based on temperature and moisture conditions. During cool, wet weather (60 o to 80 o F., 12-24 hour leaf wetness), small, circular, often bright red spots appear on leaves of red tip photinias and hawthorns Diplocarpon mespili (Entomosporium mespili) Island 7/7/2005 hawthorn Crateagus sp. leaf spot Diplocarpon mespili (Entomosporium mespili) Pierce 7/29/2005 hawthorn Crateagus sp. leaf spot Diplocarpon mespili (Entomosporium mespili) Pierce 9/20/2005 Japanese coral bark maple Acer palmatum anthracnose Discula sp. Whatcom 5/18/2005 The optimum temperature for infection of photinia leaves by Entomosporium mespili was about 20 C, and infection was only slightly retarded at 15 and 25 C. Very little infection occurred at 30 C. Leaf wetness for 9-12 hr was required for substantial infection, although leaf wetness as brief as 5-6 hr sometimes produced a few leaf spots at. Entomosporium maculatum f. maculatum Dataset GBIF Backbone Taxonomy Rank FORM Classification kingdom Fungi Diplocarpon mespili Name Homonyms Entomosporium maculatum var. maculatum Entomosporium maculatum f. maculatum. Cariddi C, Vovlas C, 2009. A first record of Entomosporium mespili (D.C.) on quince in Apulia (Southern Italy). (Prima segnalazione di Entomosporium mespili (D.C.) Sacc. su cotogno in Puglia.). Micologia Italiana. 38 (1), 11-20. Nadia Ashraf, Bhat M Y, Wani A H, Koka J A, Shazia Parveen, 2016. Diversity of foliicolous fungi on peach (Prunus.

The major symptoms of leaf spot of A. asiatica in the Korea Republic were small necrotic spots and severe early defoliation. The causal organism was isolated and identified as Entomosporium mespili and its pathogenicity was confirmed. This is the first record of the disease on A. asiatica in the Korea Republic Denumire populara: Patarea bruna a frunzelor si fructelor de gutui si par Denumire stiintifica: Diplocarpon maculatum sin.Diplocarpon mespii, Entomosporium maculatum, Diplocarpon soraueri, Diplocarpon mespili, Entomosporium mespili, Fabraea maculata, Xyloma mespili, etc Entomosporium maculatum Lév. 1857 Xyloma mespili DC. 1830 An Diplocarpon mespili [1] in uska species han Fungi in nahilalakip ha divisio nga Ascomycota , ngan nga syahan ginhulagway ni Paul Carl Moritz Sorauer , ngan ginhatag han pagkayana nga asya nga ngaran ni Brian Charles Sutton hadton 1980

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