• Jadson Diogo Pereira Bezerra
  • Alexandre Reis Machado
  • André Luiz Firmino
  • André Wilson Campos Rosado
  • Carlos Alberto Fragoso de Souza
  • Cristina Maria de Souza-Motta
  • Karla Torres Lins de Sousa Freire
  • Laura Mesquita Paiva
  • Oliane Maria Correia Magalhã
  • Olinto Liparini Pereira
  • Pedro W. Crous
  • Thays Gabrielle Lins de Oliveira
  • Vanessa Pereira de Abreu
  • Xinlei Fan
Here, Quambalaria fabacearum and Neopestalotiopsis brasiliensis are introduced as new species from Brazil, isolated as endophyte from Mimosa tenuiflora and causing post-harvest rot disease on fruits of Psidium guajava, respectively. Diaporthe inconspicua is emended to include a more detailed morphological description. Neopestalotiopsis egyptiaca is reported as new to the Americas and as causing post-harvest rot disease on fruits of Psidium guajava, while Umbelopsis isabellina is reported as endophyte.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)656-666
JournalActa Botanica Brasilica
Volume32
Issue number4
DOI
StatePublished - Oct 2018

    Research areas

  • Amphisphaeriales, CaM, Diaporthales, H3, TS rDNA, LSU rDNA, Microstromatales, TUB2, tef1- α, Umbelopsidales

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