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Shin, Hyeon-Dong & Young-Joon Choi. Phyllactinia pistaciae sp. nov. on Pistacia vera. Mycotaxon 87: 213 - 221. 2003.

ABSTRACT: Phyllactinia pistaciae sp. nov. (= P. suffulta f. pistaciae) on Pistacia vera, described in this paper, is unique among taxa of the genus in having multi-celled feet on its penicillate cells found on the ascomata. Furthermore, the foot-cells of the conidiophores are spirally twisted or wavy, a feature that has been known only in P. dalbergiae. Detailed descriptions and illustrations of both the anamorph and the teleomorph of this species are provided.

KEYWORDS: powdery mildew, penicillate cell, anamorph, Ovulariopsis, Streptopodium

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