Acarosporina microspora

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Acarosporina microspora
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Fungi
Division: Ascomycota
Class: Lecanoromycetes
Order: Ostropales
Family: Stictidaceae
Genus: Acarosporina
Species: A. microspora
Binomial name
Acarosporina microspora
(R.W.Davidson & R.C.Lorenz) Sherwood (1977)
Synonyms

Schizoxylon microsporum R.W.Davidson & R.C.Lorenz (1938)

Acarosporina microspora is a species of fungus in the Stictidaceae family. A plant pathogen, it causes a condition in elms known as Schizoxylon canker.[1] It was originally described in 1938 under the name Schizoxylon microsporum.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sherwood MA. (1977). "The Ostropalean fungi". Mycotaxon 5 (1): 1–277 (see p. 36). 
  2. ^ Davidson RW, Lorenz RC. (1938). "Species of Eutypella and Schizoxylon associated with cankers of maple". Phytopathology 28: 733–45. 

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