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Septoria Sacc. (a form genus of coelomycetous leaf-spot fungi)

Subtaxa (ie subgroups of this Form genus)

Septoria achilleicola Melnik ((A Coelomycetous Leaf-spot Fungus)) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Septoria alpicola Sacc. (a leaf-spot fungus) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Septoria aquilina (a leaf-spot fungus) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Septoria artemisiae Pass. ((A Coelomycetous Leaf-spot Fungus)) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Septoria artemisiae-maritimae Pass. ((A Coelomycetous Leaf-spot Fungus)) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Septoria betulae (a coelomycete) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Septoria chamaecysti Vestergr. (a leaf-spot fungus) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Septoria convolvuli Desm. (a leaf-spot fungus)
Lesions on leaf - top surface - close-up
Anamorphic Species  
Septoria exotica Speg. (Hebe Leaf Spot - causative organism) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Septoria ficariae Desm. (a leaf-spot fungus)
Leaf top surface with multiple leaf-spots
Anamorphic Species  
Septoria gaurina Ellis & Kellerm. (a leaf-spot fungus) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Septoria hydrocotyles Speg. (a leaf-spot fungus)
Infected plant - close-up
Anamorphic Species  
Septoria linnaeae Sacc., 1889 (a leaf-spot fungus) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Septoria lycopersici Speg. (Tomato Leaf Spot - causative organism) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Septoria oenotherae Westend. (a leaf-spot fungus) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Septoria polemonii Thüm. (a leaf-spot fungus)
Leaf spots on leaf - top surface
Anamorphic Species  
Septoria quercicola Sacc. (a leaf-spot fungus)
Leaf spot - dead leaf - under surface
Anamorphic Species  
Septoria saponariae (DC.) Savi & Becc. (a leaf-spot fungus)
Leaf spot - top surface with pycnidia
Anamorphic Species  
Septoria scabiosicola Desm. (a leaf-spot fungus) Anamorphic Species  
Septoria sp. nov. (Escallonia Leaf-spot - causative organism)
Pycnidia on leaf spot
Anamorphic Species  
Septoria symphyti Cejp ((A Coelomycetous Leaf-spot Fungus)) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Septoria tritici sensu Rob. & Desm. Rob. & Desm., 1842 (a leaf-spot fungus) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Septoria veronicae Roberge ex Desm. (a leaf-spot fungus) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs

Suggested Literature

BioInfo BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 2 general literature references to Septoria (a form genus of coelomycetous leaf-spot fungi)

Septoria may also be covered by literature listed under:

BIOTA
(living things)
Eukaryota
(eukaryotes)
FUNGI S.S.
(true fungi)
ASCOMYCOTA
(spore shooters)
DOTHIDEOMYCETES
(a class of ascomycetes)
CAPNODIALES
(sooty moulds)
MYCOSPHAERELLACEAE
(a family of ascomycetes and lichens)
Coelomycetes (via Septoria) Fungi s.l.

BioInfo BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 377 feeding and other relationships of Septoria (a form genus of coelomycetous leaf-spot fungi)

Further Information

Notes (MWS) The most speciose and most frequently encountered genus of coelomycetes on living leaves.
Diagnostic features Thin-walled, immersed pycnidia, with long, narrow, worm-like conidia which eventually become multi-septate. Causing spots on living leaves or occasionally stems.

Ascochyta and Phyllosticta are similar but have shorter conidia, Rhabdospora has thicker-walled pycnidia and is usually found on stems.
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