Mycocentrospora acerina (R. Hartig) Deighton
(carrot liquorice rot, celery crown or crown and stalk rot (causative organisms))

Taxonomic hierarchy:
Anamorphic SpeciesMycocentrospora acerina (carrot liquorice rot, celery crown or crown and stalk rot (causative organisms))
Form genusMycocentrospora (a genus of dematiaceous anamorphic fungi)
OrderPLEOSPORALES (an order of ascomycetes and lichens)
SubclassDOTHIDEOMYCETIDAE (a subclass of fungi)
ClassDOTHIDEOMYCETES (a class of ascomycetes)
SubphylumPEZIZOMYCOTINA (a subphylum of fungi)
PhylumASCOMYCOTA (spore shooters, ascomycete)
KingdomFUNGI (true fungi)
DomainEukaryota (eukaryotes)
LifeBIOTA (living things)
Records of Mycocentrospora acerina (Carrot Liquorice Rot, Celery Crown or Crown and Stalk Rot (causative organisms)) :
1: Mycocentrospora acerina (Carrot Liquorice Rot, Celery Crown or Crown and Stalk Rot (causative organisms))
25 Aug 2012 OSGR: SH75 53° 10' N, 3° 50' W Vice County: Denbigh (VC 50) Wales
Conidia in foam sample
Image 1: Conidium - magnified

Identification Works

BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 5 general literature references relevant to Mycocentrospora acerina (Carrot Liquorice Rot, Celery Crown or Crown and Stalk Rot (causative organisms))

Mycocentrospora acerina (Carrot Liquorice Rot, Celery Crown or Crown and Stalk Rot (causative organisms)) may also be covered by identification literature listed under the following higher taxa:

BioInfoBioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 33 host/parasite/foodplant and/or other relationships for Mycocentrospora acerina (Carrot Liquorice Rot, Celery Crown or Crown and Stalk Rot (causative organisms))
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