Flyspeck symptoms were found on mango (Mangifera indica L.) in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan in June 2014. Just before harvest, surfaces of fruits and green branches developed groups of tiny black dots within dark smudges. A fungus was isolated from the dots on both fruits and branches. The isolates were identified as Stomiopeltis sp. based on pathogenicity, morphology and molecular phylogenetic analyses with rDNA-ITS and LSU sequences. This is the first report of flyspeck (susuten-byo in Japanese) on mango caused by Stomiopeltis sp. in Japan.
Journal of General Plant Pathology – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 27, 2017
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