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Coelomycetous on Populus nigra leaves
Enrique Rubio, 26-11-2021 13:43
Enrique RubioDo you have any idea about this coelomycetous fungi growing on Populus nigra leaves?
I don't know the conidiogenesis but the hyaline and osteiform conidia seem very peculiar.
Many thanks in advance
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Paul Cannon, 26-11-2021 13:57
Re : Coelomycetous on Populus nigra leaves
The conidia look like those of Leptodothiorella, microconidial/spermatial anamorphs of Guignardia and Phyllosticta. There is a species Phyllosticta populina that is occasionally recorded, but I don't know it and I'd be hesitant to identify without seeing macroconidia. Hope this gives you a direction to search in.

Best wishes

Paul
Martin Bemmann, 26-11-2021 13:58
Martin Bemmann
Re : Coelomycetous on Populus nigra leaves
Hi Enrique,

this reminds on spermatia of Phyllosticta.

Regards

Martin
Enrique Rubio, 26-11-2021 14:15
Enrique Rubio
Re : Coelomycetous on Populus nigra leaves
I have been looking at images of spermatia from other Phyllosticta and I see that they are very similar.
Many thanks Paul and Martin.