Sawadaea tulasnei

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Sawadaea tulasnei
Sawadaea tulasnei on a Norway maple leaf
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Fungi
Division: Ascomycota
Class: Leotiomycetes
Order: Erysiphales
Family: Erysiphaceae
Genus: Sawadaea
Species: S. tulasnei
Binomial name
Sawadaea tulasnei
(Fuckel) Homma 1937

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Sawadaea tulasnei is a form of powdery mildew[1] is a species of fungus in the family Erysiphaceae.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8]

This fungus attacks the leaves of the Acer platanoides (Norway maple) in North America,[1] and in Great Britain and/or Ireland, Acer palmatum (also known as the Japanese Maple or Smooth Japanese Maple).[2]


  • Erysiphe varium Fr. 1822
  • Uncinula aceris var. tulasnei (Fuckel) E. S. Salmon 1900
  • Uncinula bicornis var. tulasnei (Fuckel) W. B. Cooke 1952
  • Uncinula tulasnei Fuckel 1866