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 Add this item to the list   Miuraea persica (Sate.) Hara
   
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Page number:278 
Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Miuraea persica (Sate.) Hara
Byogaichu-Hoten [Manual of pest and diseases]:224 (1948).
=Cercospora persica Saccardo, Hedwigia 15:119 (1876).
=Cercosporella persica (Sacc.) Saccardo, Michelia 2:20 (1880).
=Fusarium persicuin (Sate.) Atkinson, J. Elisha Mitchell scient. Soc. 8(2):41 (1892). =Clasterosporiuln persicuni (Sacc.) Tsugi, Ann. Phytopath. Soc. Japan 1(2):33 (1919).
Teleomorph: Mycosphaerella pruni persicae Deighton, Trans. Br. mycol. Soc. 50:328 (1967a)
=Mycosphaerclla persica Higgins & Wolf, Phytopathology 27:695 (1937), non M. persica H. & P. Sydow, Annls mycol. 6:529 (1908).
Habitat: On Prunus persica Stokes (Rosaccae).
Distribution: Italy, Taiwan.
Note: Chupp in his monograph (1954) did not give any morphological description for this fungus but stated that it might be a Cercosporella. However, Deighton said that this fungus is not a Cercosporella and he cited a brief morphological statement of this fungus as: Conidia borne as terminal blastospores on conidiophores which are short lateral branches or terminations of external repent mycelial hyphae, and the conidial scars are inconspicuous and unthickened (Deighton, Mycol. Pap. 133:3, 1973). The original literature given by Sun (Plant Prot. Bull. 9:96, 1967) only cited the name of the disease caused by this fungus on Prunus persica as "white mold disease of peach" (or frosty mildew). No type specimen and original morphological description of this fungus is available.
 
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