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 Add this item to the list  Cercospora maianthemi Fuckel
Page number:348 
Remarks (internal):Baumler (Zool.-Bot. Ges. Wien. Verh. 38: 717. 1888) describes the variety, paridis. This has no relationship with C. maianthemi and is a synonym of C. paridis. Fuckel used the same description in Jahrb. Nassau. Ver. Naturkunde 23: 353. 1869. 
Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Cercospora maianthemi Fuckel
Hedwigia 5: 30. 1866
Leaf spots large pale tan areas with a yellowish margin, at first circular, then including much of the leaf surface; fruiting amphigenous, sooty effuse patches scattered over the tan areas; stromata pale brown to almost black, globular, 30-70 µm in diameter; fascicles dense to very dense, divergent; conidiophores pale olivaceous brown, in mass dark, uniform in color, irregular in width, multiseptate, not branched, often markedly undulate, occasionally once geniculate and rarely multigeniculate, medium to large spore scar at bluntly rounded tip, 5-7 x 50-135 µm; conidia cylindric to obclavato-cylindric, subhyaline to very pale olivaceous brown, straight or nearly so, mostly 3-10 septate, subtruncate base, bluntly rounded tip, 5-7 x 40-140 µm.
HOST: Maianthemum convallaria Weber (Maianthemum canadense Desf. ) (M. bifolium DC.) (Smilacina bifolia Schult. var. canadensis Gray) (Unif olium canadense Greene) (Smilacina canadensis Pursh) (Unifolium dilatatum Greene).
TYPE: In Jura Colleg. Amic; Maianthemum bi f olium; Mortheir; Summer, 1866; cotype distributed as Fungi Rhenani No. 1631.
DISTRIBUTION: United States, as far south as Pennsylvania and Ohio, and as far west as Wisconsin. Also present in France, Switzerland, North Italy, Austria, Hungary, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Siberia, and Poland.
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