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New North American records of anamorphic powdery mildew fungi (Erysiphales) parasitizing species of Leucothoe and Limnanthes
Author(s): M. L. Putnam, D. A. Glawe
Journal: Pacific Northwest Fungi
Article Topic(s): Pathology
Research Setting(s): Greenhouse
Species Referenced: Leucothoe axillaris (Coastal doghobble),
AbstractReports on two powdery mildew fungus species new to North America. One fungus species was found on potted plants of Leucothoe axillaris grown at a wholesale nursery in Oregon, where it resulted in a substantial financial loss to the grower. This article is available without a subscription at the following link: http://www.pnwfungi.org/pdf_files/manuscripts_volume_2/pnwf20074.pdf
Suggested CitationM. L. Putnam, and D. A. Glawe. "New North American records of anamorphic powdery mildew fungi (Erysiphales) parasitizing species of Leucothoe and Limnanthes." Pacific Northwest Fungi 2.4 (2007): 1-6.