Vera P. Hayova

Vera P. Hayova
M.G.Kholodny Botany Institute · Department of Mycology

PhD

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November 1985 - present
M.G. Kholodny Institute of Botany, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
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  • Senior Researcher
November 1985 - present
M.G.Kholodny Botany Institute
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  • Senior Scientist

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Nyssopsora eocaenica Tykhonenko and Hayova sp. nov., the only fossil species of the genus Nyssopsora (Pucciniales), is described from the middle Eocene Sakhalinian amber (Russian Far East). It differs from the other known representatives of the genus by the presence of unbranched hooked appendages on the surface of teliospores. The spores are embed...
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The article provides current information on distribution patterns of six species of aphyllophoroid fungi (Agaricomycetes, Basidiomycota) listed in the Red Data Book of Ukraine: Clavariadelphus pistillaris, Gomphus clavatus, Hericium coralloides, Picipes rhizophilus, Polyporus umbellatus, and Sparassis crispa. Altogether, about 500 occurrences of th...
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Fomitopsis officinalis is listed in the Red Data Book of Ukraine as an extinct species. According to the data published therein on its former distribution in Ukraine, the species was reported in Ivano-Frankivsk and Lviv regions in the first half of the 20th century. However, our analysis of the bibliographic references listed for this species has r...
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The first record of fruit bodies of a microscopic fungus on the leaf of an unidentified dicotyledonous plant in amber is reported. The fungus is represented by numerous superficial fruit bodies (up to 35 in total), presumably of an ascomycetous fungus, at various stages of development. Ascomata are small, single, scattered all over the surface of h...
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Hemileccinum depilatum ( Boletales, Basidiomycota) is currently known from Western and Central Europe, the Mediterranean, the Balkan Peninsula, and Asia (Azerbaijan and Turkey). The fungus is rare throughout its range and is included in the Red Lists in several European countries. In Ukraine, the species is known since 2006. Formerly, H. depilatum...
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A new for Ukraine rust fungus Puccinia bornmuelleri was recorded on Levisticum officinale in garden plots of two villages in Kyiv Region, Ukraine in June 2019. This fungus was first collected by J. Bornmüller in Iran in 1892 and described by P. Magnus in 1899. Until the end of the 20th century the species has been reported exclusively from Iran and...
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The monograph is focused on fungal diversity in major protected areas of the Ukrainian Carpathians. They include two reserves, Carpathian Biosphere Reserve and Gorgany Nature Reserve, as well as nine national nature parks (Carpathian, Cheremoskyi, Hutsulshchyna, Skolivski Beskydy, Synevir, Uzhanskyi, Verkhovynskyi, Vyzhnytskyi and Zacharovanyi Kray...
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Grifola frondosa is a nationally red-listed species in Ukraine. In the third edition of the Red Data Book of Ukraine it is assigned to a category Vulnerable (VU). Previously, the fungus was known from 17 localities in nine regions of Ukraine: Cherkasy, Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk, Kharkiv, Kherson, Kyiv, Sumy, Ternopil, Transcarpatian, and the Autonomo...
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The article reports new data on the occurrence of five coprophilous species of the genera Coniochaeta and Sordaria in Ukraine. These fungi represent a large group of coprophilous Sordariomycetes. Unlike fimicolous discomycetes, this group of fungi is poorly studied in Ukraine. The dung samples were collected on Tendra Island in the Black Sea (Khers...
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A little known, unculturable ascomycete, referred to as Phyllachora ambrosiae, can destroy the inflorescences of Ambrosia artemisiifolia, an invasive agricultural weed and producer of highly allergenic pollen. The fungus often remains undetectable in ragweed populations. This work was conducted to understand its origin and pathogenesis, a prerequis...
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Following the results of mycological observations in Cheremosky National Nature Park (Ukrainian Carpathians) and recently published data, 167 species of fungi, Ascomycota and Basidiomycota, are reported. Several species are rare and noteworthy records in Ukraine. In particular, second records in Ukraine were registered for Amanita battarrae and Gib...
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A new for Ukraine basidiomycete fungus, Bartheletia paradoxa, strictly confined to leaves of Ginkgo biloba, is reported. The species was collected on fallen leaves of G. biloba in November 2016 and 2017 in three localities within Kyiv city. Both conidial and telial stages were found. Morphological descriptions of conidial sori, conidia, secondary c...
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The total number of powdery mildews, xylotrophic Ascomycota and rusts recorded up to now in Podilski Tovtry National Nature Park is reported. Based on bibliographic references as well as mycological observations made by the authors in 2008 and 2013, the list of 256 species of 72 genera is provided. Of these, 112 species of 52 genera are wood-inhabi...
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In the recently updated version of the IUCN Red List, a number of non-lichenized fungi increased from one to 26 species. This was the first successful attempt to evaluate selected fungal species against the IUCN criteria and categories on the global level. On the continental level, the latest update in fungal conservation is an outcome of the Europ...
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Two species of Milesina (Pucciniales) collected in Gorgany Nature Reserve (Nadvirna District, Ivano-Frankivsk Region) in September 2014 are reported, M. blechni (Syd. et P. Syd.) Arthur ex Faull on Blechnum spicant (L.) Roth and M. kriegeriana (Magnus) Magnus on Dryopteris carthusiana (Vill.) H.P. Fuchs. These species have not been recorded in Ukra...
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The article provides a comparative analysis of the existing Ukrainian Red Data Book categories within the framework of current Ukrainian legislation and international practice (including IUCN categories), as applied to plants and fungi. Shortcomings of the existing Ukrainian system of categories are demonstrated and possible ways of harmonization o...
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The structure of the IUCN Red-Listing system for classifying species at high risk of extinction is briefly outlined. The IUCN categories for the global and national levels are listed. The key concepts of mature individual, population size, generation length, etc. are considered in mycological context. The basic aspects of the pragmatic approach to...
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Pleurotus nebrodensis, the only mushroom currently included in The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, is reported from Ukraine for the first time. In 2006, the species was recognized by the IUCN as Critically Endangered (CR). Originally known from Italy, later recorded from Greece and recently from Ukraine, the fungus apparently has wider extent...
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For the first time, an overview of the species composition of fungi recorded in the National Nature Park Podilski Tovtry (Kamyanets-Podilskyy district, Khmelnytsky Region, Ukraine) is given.
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A rare downy mildew, Peronospora verbenae on Verbena officinalis, is newly reported from Ukraine. The species recently described from Germany and recorded in the UK and Czech Republic is unknown outside Europe. Using SEM, additional ultrastructural features of the ultimate branchlets and conidiospore surface were discovered. Original illustrations...
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The paper provides brief illustrated description and general distribution of Valsa viburni. The fungus is found to be highly host-specific and confined to Viburnum lantana. According to currently available data on its distribution, the species has small number of records, fragmented range and is shown to be rare in Europe. However, before assessmen...
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A description is provided for Valsa friesii (syn. V. abietis ), found on needles, branches and occasionally on cones of many conifers. Some information on its morphology, associated organisms and substrata, interactions and habitats, economic impacts, dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographica...
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A description is provided for Leucostoma auerswaldii , found on dead twigs of northern hemisphere temperate woody plants. Some information on its morphology, associated organisms and substrata, interactions and habitats, economic impacts, infraspecific variation, dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its...
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A description is provided for Valsa viburni , found on Viburnum lantana . Some information on its morphology, interactions and habitats, dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Romania, Switzerland and Ukrain...
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A description is provided for Leucostoma translucens , found on Salix sp. branches and rarely on Populus sp. Some information on its morphology, associated organisms and substrata, interactions and habitats, infraspecific variation, dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Can...
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A description is provided for Valsa germanica , found on branches of Populus sp. and Salix sp. Some information on its morphology, associated organisms and substrata, interactions and habitats, dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (South Africa, USA [Montana, New Hampshire...
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A description is provided for Valsa melanodiscus , found on Alnus sp. branches and rarely on other members of the Betulaceae. Some information on its morphology, associated organisms and substrata, interactions and habitats, dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Canada [Bri...
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A description is provided for Valsella rosae , found on dead branches and twigs of Rosa spp. Some information on its morphology, associated organisms and substrata, interactions and habitats, dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Republic of Georgia, Austria, Bosnia-Hercego...
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A description is provided for Valsella diatrypa (syn. Valsa ambiens ), found on branches of Alnus sp. and other woody plants. Some information on its morphology, associated organisms and substrata, interactions and habitats, infraspecific variation, dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical...
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A description is provided for Valsa pini , found on twigs and branches of Pinus sp. and rarely on Juniperus sp. Some information on its morphology, associated organisms and substrata, interactions and habitats, economic impacts, dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Canada,...
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Ascomycetous fungi, mostly corticolous and lignicolous, collected in late August — early September, 2010 in the Gorgany Nature Reserve are reported. In total 102 species of 62 genera, currently placed in four classes of Ascomycota, or of unclear taxonomic position within the phyla, were found. Ten species are known in Ukraine exclusively from the r...
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A description is provided for Microdiplodia rosarum . Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Armenia, Republic of Georgia, Germany, Greece, Poland and Ukraine), hosts ( Hibiscus syriacus, Rosa canina, R. rubrifolia and Rosa sp.) and associated fungi (...
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A description is provided for Gnomonia rostellata . Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Canada (Ontario), USA (California, North Carolina, Oregon), Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Netherlands, Poland, Serbia, S...
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A description is provided for Cucurbitaria rosae . Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (USA (New Mexico, New York and Utah), Republic of Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Romania and Ukraine) and...
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A description is provided for Tapesia rosae ( Mollisia rosae ). Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Canada, USA (Colorado, New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont), Japan, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Russia (Primorskyi krai), Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Fi...
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A description is provided for Rebentischia unicaudata . Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (USA (Illinois, Massachusetts), Austria, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Montenegro, Romania, Russia (Pskov oblast), Sweden, Switzerland, U...
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A description is given for Gloniopsis praelonga . Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Kenya, Morocco, South Africa, Zambia, Canada (British Columbia), Mexico, USA (Alabama, California, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan...
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A description is provided for Discostroma fuscellum ( Leptosphaeria fuscella ), which sometimes causes postharvest rot of apples. Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Ethiopia, Morocco, South Africa, Canada (British Columbia, Ontario), USA (Alabama,...
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A description is provided for Didymosphaeria oblitescens . Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Kenya, Canada (British Columbia, Ontario), USA (Alabama, Arizona, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Minnesota, New Jersey, Utah), Argentina, Venezuela, Brune...
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A description is provided for Diplodia rosarum , which has been implicated in canker or dieback of cultivated roses. Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (USA (California, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, South Carolina, Texas), Brazil, Azerbaijan, Rep...
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A description is provided for Saccothecium sepincola . Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Morocco, Canada (British Columbia), USA (Florida, North Carolina, Oregon, Virginia, Washington), Chile, Armenia, Republic of Georgia, India (Uttar Pradesh),...
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During the first mycological observation in the Gorgany Nature Reserve (west Ukraine, Ivano-Frankivsk region) 342 species of Fungi were recorded: Ascomycota – 124 species (Dothideomycetes – 12, Eurotiomycetes – 3, Leotiomycetes – 48, Pezizomycetes – 3, Sordariomycetes – 56, incertae sedis – 2), Basidiomycota – 218 species (Agaricomycetes – 175, Puc...
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We studied the species diversity of microfungi associated with plants on Tendra Island on the northern part of Ukraine’s Black Sea coast. The island’s vegetation is quite well preserved and its flora has a high level of endemism. Altogether 101 species of fungi were recorded: Ascomycota, 75 species (29 Dothideomycetes, 23 Leotiomycetes, 22 Sordario...
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Six species of fungi on Ephedra distachya L. are reported for the first time in Ukraine: Aposphaeria ephedrae Kravtzev, Cucurbitaria ephedricola Esfand., Teichospora ephedrae Esfand., Camarosporium ephedrae Cooke & Massee, Lophiostoma ephedrae Hollos and Phoma ephedrae Gonz. Frag. The first three species are newly recorded in Europe. These fungi oc...
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A description is provided for Camarosporium ephedrae , which is unlikely to be a serious pathogen, rather a saprobe specialized for Ephedra , although in some cases it may be involved in twig decline. Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Kazakhstan,...
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A description is provided for Microsphaeropsis ephedrina . Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Ukraine and UK) and hosts ( Ephedra andina and Ephedra distachya ).
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A description is provided for Phoma ephedrae , which is found on dead twigs in Spain and on dying twigs and in cracks of the bark in Ukraine. Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Pakistan, Spain, and Ukraine) and hosts ( Ephedra distachya, Ephedra p...
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A description is provided for Macrophoma ephedrae . Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (USA (California), Spain, and Ukraine) and hosts ( Ephedra chilensis , Ephedra distachya and Ephedra fragilis ).
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A description is provided for Aposphaeria ephedrae . Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Kazakhstan and Ukraine) and hosts ( Ephedra distachya and Ephedra intermedia ).
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A description is provided for Wojnowicia ephedrae , which occurs on dead and dying stems and leaves; although predominantly saprophytic, it can also occasionally be a weak parasite. Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Morocco, India, France, Greece...
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A description is provided for Lophiostoma ephedrae . Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Libya, Georgia, Turkmenistan, Hungary, and Ukraine) and hosts ( Ephedra distachya , Ephedra procera , Ephedra strobilacea , and Ephedra sp.).
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A description is provided for Cucurbitaria ephedricola . Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Georgia, Iran, and Ukraine) and hosts ( Ephedra distachya , Ephedra procera , and Ephedra sp.).
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A description is provided for Teichospora ephedrae , which mostly occurs on dead barkless twigs, although in Kazakhstan it has also been collected on dying twigs. Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Iran, Kazakhstan (Almaty, Chimkent, Dzhambul, Tal...
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A description is provided for Amerosporium concinnum , which is found on dead remains of various plants, but it has also been isolated from grassland soil in Spain. Some information on its dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given, along with details of its geographical distribution (Mexico, USA (Texas), China (Shaanxi), Iran, Tur...
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Sclerotinia minor Jagger (Sclerotiniaceae) is reported on orchids for the first time in Ukraine. In 1998 the fungus was recorded on single plants of Anacamptis palustris (Jacq.) R.M. Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W. Chase (Orchis palustris Jacq.) in Chornomorsky Biosphere Reserve (Kherson oblast). In 2004 it was also found on A. laxiflora (Lam.) R.M. Batem...
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The book deals with fungal diversity of the nature reserves and national nature parks of the part of Ukraine situated to the east of the Dniepro river . In total 2183 species of fungi were recorded for the investigated region (Myxomycetes – 159, Erysiphales – 88, other Ascomycetes – 498, Mitosporic fungi – 356, Uredinales – 164, other basidiomycete...
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Previously known from only two collections from Japan, Artomyces microsporus has been repeatedly collected in a forest near Kiev (Ukraine). The identification of these collections has been confirmed by sequence analysis of the nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacer region (nrITS). The specimens are described and a comparison with A. pyxidatu...
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A downy mildew, Plasmopara angustiterminalis, parasitizing common ragweed, Ambrosia artemisiifolia, was collected in Ukraine for the first time. Description of the fungus and original illustrations are provided. Its distribution within the country is shown on the map and presented as a list of localities. Taxonomy, morphological characters, associa...
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Fr a i t u r e A., H a y o v a V.: Hebelomina neerlandica, a new species for Ukraine and considerations about the genus Hebelomina. Acta. Mycol. 41 (2): 177-188, 2006. Hebelomina neerlandica Huijsman has been found near Kiev (Ukraine). It is an addition to the Ukrainian mycoflora. The specimens are described and illustrated. A synopsis of the genus...
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Phyllachora ambrosiae (Phyllachorales, Sordariomycetidae, Ascomycetes) parasitizing common ragweed, Ambrosia artemisiifolia, was collected for the first time in Ukraine. This is the second record of the fungus in Europe, after Hungary where it was found in 1999. In Ukraine the species was first observed in Kiev region in 1996. By now it has been re...
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This monograph contains results from a multidisciplinary expedition to study natural conditions, biodiversity and pollen deposits of the Liubche reserve (Ukraine, Volynska oblast, Kovel region). The reserve (zakaznyk) consists of a combination of natural ecosystems (lake, swamp and meadow) which have developed as a result of growth over Okhotyn, th...
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A description is provided for Valsa ceratosperma . Information is included on the disease caused by the organism, its transmission, geographical distribution, and hosts. DISEASE: Valsa ceratosperma is known to be a pathogen, causing Valsa canker of apple trees in Japan (Sawamura et al. , 1990). HOSTS: Dead or dying twigs and branches of numerous wo...
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A description is provided for Valsa ambiens subsp. ambiens . Information is included on the disease caused by the organism, its transmission, geographical distribution, and hosts. DISEASE: The anamorph can occasionally be found on dying twigs and the fungus is therefore probably a weak parasite. HOSTS: Numerous woody angiosperms but not on Acer sac...
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A description is provided for Valsa malicola . Information is included on the disease caused by the organism, its transmission, geographical distribution, and hosts. DISEASE: Valsa malicola is associated with dieback of Malus twigs, especially weakened by other factors, for example when frozen, burnt, wounded, injured by insects or attacked by othe...
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A description is provided for Leucostoma cinctum . Information is included on the disease caused by the organism, its transmission, geographical distribution, and hosts. DISEASE: Leucostoma cinctum , especially in its conidial state, is a well-known pathogen of stone-fruit trees causing necrosis of twigs, perennial Cytospora -canker. The fungus pen...
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A description is provided for Leucostoma niveum . Information is included on the disease caused by the organism, its transmission, geographical distribution, and hosts. DISEASE: Leucostoma niveum , especially its anamorph, is a quite common pathogen of Populus , colonizing bark of trees weakened by other factors and causing necrosis (poplar canker)...
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A description is provided for Valsa cypri . Information is included on the disease caused by the organism, its transmission, geographical distribution, and hosts. DISEASE: Little is known about the relation between this fungus and the plants it inhabits. Like the two subspecies of V. ambiens , also recorded from the Oleaceae this fungus may occasio...
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A description is provided for Valsa salicina . Information is included on the disease caused by the organism, its transmission, geographical distribution, and hosts. DISEASE: Nothing is known about the relation between this fungus and the plants it inhabits. HOSTS: On dead fallen or attached twigs of Salix species; also possible on Alnus glutinosa,...
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A description is provided for Valsa ambiens subsp. leucostomoides . Information is included on the disease caused by the organism, its transmission, geographical distribution, and hosts. DISEASE: The anamorph can occasionally be found on dying twigs and the fungus is therefore probably a weak parasite. HOSTS: Acer campestre, A. negundo, A. platanoi...
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A description is provided for Leucostoma persoonii . Information is included on the disease caused by the organism, its transmission, geographical distribution, and hosts. DISEASE: Leucostoma persoonii is a widespread wound pathogen of fruit trees, especially of stone-fruit trees, being encountered mainly as the anamorph. It is a causal agent of ma...
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A description is provided for Valsa sordida . Information is included on the disease caused by the organism, its transmission, geographical distribution, and hosts. DISEASE: Valsa sordida is usually associated with Valsa canker of poplar twigs. Wounded trees, and trees injured by insects or attacked by other pathogens are more susceptible to infect...

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