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Persoonia – Volume 23, 2009

Pseudocercospora mangifericola

e-mail: kathy.gov. polyangular to irregular. lower side right) infected with P. erect.5 µm. hyphae superficiales septatae. lateralia. 28 Aug. reverse olivaceous-black. conidia in vivo. Cercospora mangiferae. recta vel partim curvata. ampulliform to subcylindrical. australia. 2Tamura K. rounded at apex. straight or occasionally geniculate. Culture characteristics — Colonies on malt extract agar (Difco) circular. The species described here is printed in bold face. pale to medium brown. Typus. lateral. Mangifera indica cv.shivas@deedi. erecta. Conidiophores solitary or in loose fascicles of up to 6. hila inconspicuous. sp.gov. 17° 13' S. BRIP 52776b.5 −4.0−4. nov. smooth or minutely roughened from torn annulations. Mangifera indica with leaf spots caused by Pseudocercospora mangifericola at Tolga. up to 30 mm diam after 28 d at 25 °C.5 µm. and bootstrap support values from 1 000 replicates are shown at the nodes. Cellulae conidiogenae terminales. Queensland.au © 2009 Nationaal Herbarium Nederland & Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures . margin entire. often widespread over the entire leaf surface. Mycelium internum ad externum. superficial hyphae septate. 2. Kumar S.au & anthony. 2009. 8 – 45 × 3. 10−47 × 2. Queensland Primary Industries and Fisheries.5 µm. Tolga. hyphae and conidiophores. conspicuous on abaxial surface. Leaf spots amphigenous. Dudley J.G. Shivas. MEGA4: Molecular Evolutionary Genetics Analysis (MEGA) v4. mangiferaeindicae. grey to pale olivaceous-grey. The only other cercosporoid fungus reported on mango is C.grice@deedi. ampulliformia ad subcylindracea. 0 – 5-septata. Mareeba 4880. levis. occasionally sympodially.gov. leaf spots caused by P. raro ramosa. Holt. orientia ex hyphis superficialibus.J. cultures ex-type BRIP 52776b. ramosae. recta vel interdum geniculata. K. Centre for Tropical Agriculture. holotype. straight or partially curved.young@deedi. basis obconice truncata ad subtruncata. margins diffuse or narrowly water-soaked. margins diffuse. 8−45 × 3. The tree was rooted to Mycosphaerella heimii (GenBank EU882122). Mycosphaerella and its anamorphs. mangifericola. Scale bars (from left to right) = 1 cm. smooth. Young & Grice. Queensland Primary Industries and Fisheries. which differs by having broader conidia measuring 3–6 µm in width1. Kensington Pride. CBS Biodiversity Series 1: 1–157. arising from superficial hyphae.au Kathy R. Molecular Biology and Evolution 24: 1596 –1599. 145° 28' E. GenBank GU188048. proliferating percurrently or Notes — Pseudocercospora mangifericola parasitised mango (Mangifera indica) leaves that were also infected at low levels with Scolecostigmina mangiferae (syn. apex rounded. Braun U.5 µm latae. subcylindracea.5 µm. Conidiogenous cells terminal. Etymology. Australia. Queensland. pallidum-brunneum ad brunneum. pallidabrunnea. 0–5septate. 1.Persoonial Reflections 197 Fungal Planet 42 – 23 December 2009 Pseudocercospora mangifericola R. 2007. pallidae-brunneae et pallidiores in apice. Grice. 2. pale to yellowish brown. smooth. inconspicuous on adaxial leaf surface. dark brown in centre becoming paler towards margin. Indooroopilly 4068. Shivas & Anthony J. Conidiophora sola vel in fasciculis laxis usque ad sex. Roger G.R. 2003.0. References. MycoBank MB515467. 10–47 × 2. always smaller than the corresponding lesion on the abaxial surface. Queensland. which differs symptomatically by producing angular. Queensland. Young. black lesions with chlorotic haloes visible on both leaf surfaces (see middle photograph in adjacent illustrations) and is clearly distinguishable based on ITS sequence.qld. pale brown becoming paler towards the apex.qld. leves. 1Crous PW. 28 Peters Street. sometimes constricted at one or more septa.5−3. Mycelium internal and external. 2 – 8 mm wide. mangifericola (left and middle) and Scolecostigmina mangiferae (top right). The scale bar shows 0. often vein-limited.5 µm wide.005 An ITS neighbour-joining tree constructed using MEGA42. radially furrowed. apex rotundatus. Names published in Cercospora and Passalora. Stromata absent. base obconically truncate to subtruncate.005 changes per site. 1 mm. 64 74 59 76 76 Pseudocercospora avicenniae BRIP 52764 (GU188047) Pseudocercospora mangifericola BRIP 52776 (GU188048) Pseudocercospora lythracearum voucher KACC 42649 (EF535720) Pseudocercospora paraguayensis strain CBS 111286 (DQ267602) Passalora schizolobii strain CBS 120029 (DQ885903) Pseudocercospora tereticornis CPC:13008 (GQ852769) Pseudocercospora vitis voucher KACC 42650 (EF535721) Mycosphaerella heimii strain AGI004D (EU882122) 0. smooth. Conidia solitary. irregular. Colour illustrations. A.5 – 4. flat and raised in the centre. E.qld. Australia e-mail: roger.5–3. leaf (upper side left. Grice & P. branched. rarely branched. Stromata absunt. 10 µm. subcylindrical. interdum constricta in uno vel pluribus septis. pale brown. 80 Meiers Rd. Plant Pathology Herbarium. Conidia sola. Derived from the name of the host plant Mangifera in the Anacardiaceae. Nei M.E. lesions sometimes covered with abundant sporulation. 10 µm.0–4. Stigmina mangiferae).

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