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ABSTRACT

5

INTRODUCTION

6

 

GENERAL PART

6-28

 

History

6

 

Material and methods

8

 

Notes on the morphology of Pezicula

13

 

Relation with other genera and systematic position

16

 

Molecular characterization of the cultured species by restriction fragment length polymorphisms of rDNA

21

 

Biology and ecology

26

 

Distribution

28

 

TAXONOMIC PART

29-38

 

Keys for identification in vivo

29

 

 

Key to the genera under consideration

29

 

 

Key to the species of Pezicula

29

 

 

Key to the species of Neofabraea

33

 

 

Key to the anamorphs of Pezicula and Neofabraea, and species of Cryptosporiopsis without known teleomorph

34

 

 

Key for identification of species of Pezicula and Cryptosporiopsis sporulating in pure culture

36

 

The genus Pezicula

38-40

 

 

Accepted species of Pezicula

40-124

 

 

1

 

P. acericola (Peck) Peck ex Sacc. & Berl

40

 

 

2

 

P. aesculea Kirschst

45

 

 

3

 

P. amoena (Tul.) Tul. & C. Tul

48

 

 

4

 

P. aurantiaca (Rehm) Rehm

49

 

 

5

 

P. carpinea (Pers.) Tul. & C. Tul. ex Fuckel

52

 

 

6

 

P. cinnamomea (DC.: Fr.) Sacc

57

 

 

7

 

P. corni Petr

71

 

 

8

 

P. corticola (C.A. Jørg.) Nannf

74

 

 

9

 

P. corylina J. W. Groves

76

 

 

10

 

P. crataegicola (E. J. Durand) J. W. Groves

80

 

 

11

 

P. eucrita (P. Karst.) P. Karst

81

 

 

12

 

P. frangulae (Pers. : Fr.) Fuckel

86

 

 

13

 

P. grovesii L. E. Wehm

91

 

 

14

 

P. hamamelidis J. W. Groves & Seaver

93

 

 

15

 

P. heterochroma Verkley

94

 

 

16

 

P. Linda Korf

97

 

 

17

 

P. melastomatis Rehm

98

 

 

18

 

P. myrtillina (P. Karst.) P. Karst

99

 

 

19

 

P. ocellata (Pers. : Fr.) Seaver

100

 

 

20

 

P. pruinosa Earl

105

 

 

21

 

P. puberula (E. J. Durand) Verkley

107

 

 

22

 

P. rubi (Lib.) Niessl

110

 

 

23

 

P. sepium (Desm.) Dennis

114

 

 

24

 

P. sporulosa Verkley

117

 

 

25

 

P. subcarnea J. W. Groves

122

 

 

26

 

P. tasmanica W. Y. Zhuang & Korf

123

 

The genus Neofabraea

125-132

 

 

27

 

N. alba (E. J. Guthrie) Verkley

125

 

 

28

 

N. krawtzewii (Petr.) Verkley

127

 

 

29

 

N. malicorticis H. S. Jacks

129

 

 

30

 

N. perennans Kienholz

131

 

The genus Scleropezicula

132-136

 

 

31

 

S. alnicola (J. W. Groves) Verkley

133

 

The genus Cryptosporiopsis without a known teleomorph

137-140

 

 

32

 

C. citri P. R. Johnston & R. A. Fullerton

137

 

 

33

 

C. diplodioides (Allesch.) Petr

137

 

 

34

 

C. eucalypti Sankaran & B. Sutton

138

 

 

35

 

C. fici S. P. Lal & J. N. Kapoor

138

 

 

36

 

C. melanogena Kowalski & Halmschlager

139

 

 

37

 

C. radicicola Kowalski & Bartnik

139

 

 

38

 

C. tarraconensis Gene & Guano

139

 

Excluded or insufficiently known taxa - Teleomorph names

141-153

 

Excluded or insufficiently known taxa - Anamorph names

154-155

 

The genus Mycosphaerangium

156-157

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

157

LITERATURE CITED

158-162

MONOCHROME AND COLOURED PLATES

163-171

HOST INDEX

173-174

INDEX OF FUNGI TREATED

175-180