Remarks on species of Phoma referred to Peyronellaea—III
Additional data are given on synonymy and hosts. The ubiquitous species commonly known as Phoma prunicola (Opiz) Wollenw. & Hochapf., a later homonym of Phoma prunicola Schw., is renamed Phoma pomorum Thüm. Phoma indianensis (Deshpande & Mantri) Boerema & al. appears to be conspecific with Phoma glumarum Ell. & Tracy described earlier; its occurrence on rice seed is widespread.
|Journal||Persoonia - Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi|
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Boerema, G.H, Dorenbosch, M.M.J, & van Kesteren, H.A. (1971). Remarks on species of Phoma referred to Peyronellaea—III. Persoonia - Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi, 6(2), 171–177.