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Revision of the Species Described in Phyllosticta
Revision of the Species Described in Phyllosticta
Guides the user to the correct name that communicates information about Phyllosticta including bibliographic details of type, substrate, and origin. Over 2,900 names are treated in this book.
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The genus name Phyllosticta has been used in several senses. The most common use was as the “stem inhabiting” counterpart of the “leaf inhabiting” Phoma. Since these species have few obvious morphological differences (i.e. most have one celled, small, colorless conidia) naming of species was often based on the host on which it was found. However, leaf versus stem inhabiting isn’t useful taxonomically, species are not host specific and there are a number of species that look similar but in fact differ in subtle ways. Some of the “Phyllosticta” species are in fact Ascochyta, the endophytic Phomopsis, or the often pathogenic Fusicoccum. A revision of the species described in Phyllosticta guides the user to the correct name that communicates information about the organism including bibliographic details of type, substrate, and origin. Over 2,900 names are treated in this book: 203 in Phyllosticta, and 2,733 species with information about their current placement.

Van der Aa spent much of his life studying the true Phyllosticta which is the anamorph of the often endophytic and sometimes pathogenic genus Guignardia. Because so many of the Phyllosticta names did not fit into that sense of the genus and because most of the latter are non-descript, the genus was ripe for restudy and clarification. In so doing the authors have given us a way to obtain information on these species through the older names and glean information about them from the current name.

Includes:

  • Key to Phyllosticta like fungi
  • Overview of Phyllosticta and similar fungi
  • 2,936 names treated
  • 203 in Phyllosticta in the strict sense
  • Current placement of remaining 2,733 species provided
  • Nearly 300 references
  • Index of type hosts
  • Host list for Phyllosticta in the strict sense

A Revision of the Species Described in Phyllosticta


Introduction

The current taxonomic situation in large genera of amerosporous Coelomycetes potentially confused with Phyllosticta

Key to some amerosporous pycnidial genera important for reclassification of fungi described as Phyllosticta s.l.


Overview of the most important genera concerned


Methods


Material


Species accepted in Phyllosticta (s. str.)


Taxa excluded from Phyllosticta

References
Index of nomenclatural novelties
Index of type hosts of new or revised taxa in genera other than
Phyllosticta
Index of host plants for Phyllosticta s. str.
Publish Date: 2002
Format: 6.75” x 9.5” softcover
Pages: 510
Publication Weight: 3 lbs

By H. A. Van der Aa and S. Vanev, Edited by A. Aptroot, R. C. Summerbell, and G. J. Verkley

A Revision of the Species Described in Phyllosticta

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