Mycol. Res. 103 (10): 1299–1304 (October 1999).
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MATERIALS AND METHODS
All herbarium specimens examined are lodged at the US
National Fungus Collection, Beltsville, Maryland (BPI). For
microscopic examination the fungi were mounted in lactophenol and
water. Measurements were made from lactophenol
preparations at 1000× [not 100×] magnification. The 95%
confidence intervals were derived from at least 30 observations,
and ranges are given in parentheses.
DESCRIPTION OF SPECIES
Leptosphaeria leucadendri Crous & M. E. Palm, Mycol. Res.
103: 1299 (1999); as ‘Lectosphaetia’.
Anamorph: Schlerostagonospora leucadendri Crous & M. E.
Palm, Mycol. Res. 103: 1299 (1999); as ‘M. A. Palm’.
Holotypes: Australia: on living leaves of a Leucadendron sp.,
8 Mar. 1994, N. Armanious (BPI 802383 A&B, holotypes of
L. leucadendri (A) and S. leucadendri (B), respectively).
Pseudocercospora agharkarii (Chidd.) Crous & M. E.
Palm, Mycol. Res. 103: 1302 (1999); as ‘Pseudocercospoa’.
Cercospora agharkarii Chidd., Curr. Sci. 25: 67 (1956); basionym.
Specimen examined [as ‘holotype’]: India:
Pollibetta, on leaves of Grevillea robusta, 7 Sep. 1968, G. Rangaswami
& V. S. Seshadri (BPI 1103620).
[The Editors of Mycological Research apologise for these slips
which were not due to any errors on the part of the authors.]