Pleospora herbarum

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Pleospora herbarum
Scientific classification edit
Kingdom: Fungi
Division: Ascomycota
Class: Dothideomycetes
Order: Pleosporales
Family: Pleosporaceae
Genus: Pleospora
Species:
P. herbarum
Binomial name
Pleospora herbarum
(Pers.) Rabenh. (1857)
Synonyms

Alternaria putrefaciens (Fuckel) E.G.Simmons (1995)
Clasterosporium putrefaciens (Fuckel) Sacc. (1886)
Clasterosporium putrefaciens var. crucipes Speschnew (1901)
Delacourea samarae (Fuckel) Cooke
Macrosporium commune Rabenh. (1870)
Macrosporium parasiticum Thüm.
Macrosporium sarcinula Berk. (1838)
Phoma albicans Roberge ex Desm.
Pleospora albicans Fuckel
Pleospora asparagi Rabenh.
Pleospora denotata (Cooke & Ellis) Sacc. (1883)
Pleospora euonymi Fuckel (1870)
Pleospora frangulae Fuckel (1870)
Pleospora gymnocladi Bagnis (1877)
Pleospora herbarum var. cichorii Cooke
Pleospora herbarum var. glumarum Berk. & Broome
Pleospora herbarum var. herbarum (Pers.) Rabenh. (1863)
Pleospora herbarum var. iridia Cooke
Pleospora herbarum var. pisi (Sowerby) Cooke
Pleospora labiatarum Cooke & Harkn. (1882)
Pleospora leguminum (Wallr.) Rabenh.
Pleospora mali Hesler (1927)
Pleospora meliloti Rabenh. (1883)
Pleospora pisi (Sowerby) Fuckel (1870)
Pleospora putrefaciens A.B.Frank
Pleospora salsolae Fuckel (1864)
Pleospora samarae Fuckel (1870)
Pleospora typhae Pass.
Sphaeria asparagi (Rabenh. ex Sacc.) Plowr.
Sphaeria denotata Cooke & Ellis (1877)
Sphaeria herbarum Pers. (1801)
Sphaeria leguminum Wallr. (1833)
Sphaeria pisi Sowerby (1803)
Sphaeria samarae (Fuckel) Plowr.
Sporidesmium putrefaciens Fuckel (1870)
Stemphylium botryosum f.sp. lycopersici Rotem, Y. Cohen & I.Wahl (1966)
Stemphylium herbarum E.G.Simmons (1986)

Pleospora herbarum is a species of fungus in the Pleosporaceae family. It is a plant pathogen infecting several hosts including alfalfa, apples, asparagus, tomatoes, citruses and chickpea. It has a cosmopolitan distribution, and is common in temperate and subtropical regions. The fungus was first described under the name Sphaeria herbarum by Christian Hendrik Persoon in 1801.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Persoon CH. (1801). Synopsis Methodica Fungorum (in Latin). p. 78.