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This data has been extracted from databases maintained by the
U.S. National Fungus Collections.
Synonyms listed in the nomenclature report are used in the searches.

This report contains data from the following databases: Nomenclature, Specimens, Fungus-Host, Literature

Jan 20, 2019

Nomenclature data for Cercospora beticola

Cercospora beticola Sacc. 1876 (Ascomycetes, Mycosphaerellales)

    Variant spelling Cercospora betaecola Sacc. 1876  Note: Origin uncertain.

≡Cercosporina beticola (Sacc.) K. Nakata, T. Nakajima & K. Katimoto 1915

= Cercospora anthelmintica G.F. Atk. 1892

= Cercospora betae Sacc. 1892  Note: This is the first valid publication of this name based on this type. Frank did not make this combination. It should be attributed to Saccardo.

    ≡ Fusarium betae Rabenh. 1859  Note: Invalid. Nomen nud.

= Cercospora chenopodiicola Bres. 1900

  Variant spelling Cercospora flagilliformis Ellis & Halst. 1890

= Cercospora longissima Cooke & Ellis 1889

= Cercospora spinaciae Oudem. 1900

Notes: Crous and Braun (2003) consider this to be Cercospora apii s. lat. They also list C. spinaciicola as a synonym of this and later as an accepted name.

Distribution: Cosmopolitan.

Substrate: Leaves.

Disease Note: Leaf spot.

Host: Reported from several taxa of Amarathaceae and other plant families.

Supporting Literature:

Bakhshi, M., Arzanlou, M., Babai-Ahari, A., Groenewald, J.Z., and Crous, P.W. 2018. Novel primers improve species delimination in Cercospora. IMA Fungus 9(2): 299-332.

Braun, U., and Urtiaga, R. 2012. New species and new records of cercosporoid hyphomycetes from Cuba and Venezuela (Part 1). Mycosphere 3: 301-329.

Chupp, C. 1954. Monograph of the fungus genus Cercospora. Published by the Author, Ithaca, New York, 667 pages.

Crous, P.W., and Braun, U. 2003. Mycosphaerella and its anamorphs: 1. Names published in Cercospora and Passalora. Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures, Utrecht, 571 pages.

Grafenhan, T., Schroers, H.-j., Nirenberg, H.I., and Seifert, K.A. 2011. An overview of the taxonomy, phylogeny, and typification of nectriaceous fungi in Cosmospora, Acremonium, Fusarium, Stilbella, and Volutella. Stud. Mycol. 68: 79-113.

Groenewald, J.Z., Nakashima, C., Nishikawa, J., Shin, H.-D., Park, J.-H., Jama, A.N., Groenewald, M., Braun, U., and Crous, P.W. 2013. Species concepts in Cercospora: spotting the weeds among the roses. Stud. Mycol. 75: 115-170.

Housni, Z. el, Ezrari, S., Tahiri, A., Ouijja, A., and Lahlali, R. 2018. First report of benzimidazole, DMI and QoI-insensitive Cercospora beticola in sugar beet in Morocco. New Disease Reports 38: 17.

Kirk, W.W., Hanson, L.E., Franc, G.D., Stump, W.L., Gachango, E., Clark, G., and Stewart, J. 2012. First report of strobilurin resistance in Cercospora beticola in sugar beet (Beta vulgaris) in Michigan and Nebraska, USA. New Disease Reports 26: 3.

Pethybridge, S.J., Vaghefi, N., and Kikkert, J.R. 2017. Management of Cercospora leaf spot in conventional and organic table beet production. Pl. Dis. 101(9): 1642-1651.

Soylu, S., Soylu, E.M., and Kurt, S. 2003. First report of Cercospora leaf spot on Swiss chard caused by Cercospora beticola Sacc. in Turkey. New Disease Reports 7: 26.

Trueman, C.L., Hanson, L.E., Somohano, P., and Rosenzweig, N. 2017. First report of DMI-insensitive Cercospora beticola on sugar beet in Ontario, Canada. New Disease Reports 36: 20.

Vaghefi, N., Kikkert, J.R., Hay, F.S., Carver, G.D., Koenick, L.B., Bolton, M.D., Hanson, L.E., Secor, G.A., and Pethybridge, S.J. 2018. Cryptic diversity, pathogenicity, and evolutionary species boundaries in Cercospora populations associated with Cercospora leaf spot of Beta vulgaris. Fung. Biol. 122(4): 264-282.

Updated on Nov 16, 2018

The Fungus-Host Distributions database has 448 records for Cercospora beticola.

Cercospora anthelmintica:

Chenopodium ambrosioides (Leaf spot.): Eastern states - 94,

Chenopodium ambrosioides var. anthelminticum Alabama - 786,Missouri - 11289,North Carolina - 695,

Chenopodium hybridum (Leaf spot.) Oklahoma - 2410,

Cercospora betae:

Beta vulgaris: Germany - 786,West Indies - 37521,

Cercospora beticola:

Acanthus mollis: California - 44858,

Apium graveolens New Zealand - 40708, 46837, 50148,Thailand - 48239,

Atriplex patula Germany - 44827,

Beta cicla India - 48130,Italy - 786,Spain - 31407, 40280,

Beta maritima Iran - 46034,

Beta maritima var. vulgaris Libya - 7279,

Beta sp. Angola - 8239,Australia - 38245,Bulgaria - 43803,China - 33503, 35510, 36727, 39922,Eritrea - 22856,Ethiopia - 8239,India - 48130,Kenya - 8239,Libya - 8239,Malawi - 8239,Mauritius - 8239,Morocco - 8239,Mozambique - 8239,Nigeria - 8239,Sierra Leone - 8239,Somalia - 8239,Sudan - 8239,Tanzania - 8239,Togo - 8239,Uganda - 8239,Zambia - 8239,Zimbabwe - 8239,

Beta trigyna Sweden - 8275,

Beta vulgaris Armenia - 12349,Australia - 6765, 6767, 6801,Austria - 13027, 42086,Barbados - 7284,Brazil - 34636,Bulgaria - 45244,California - 25284, 46837, 51413,Cambodia - 24598,Canada - 7870, 8376,Canada, Ontario - 51376,Chile - 6791, 6792,China - 8097, 8536, 30293, 36727, 39922,Colorado - 37,Colombia - 5035,Cook Islands - 45115,Costa Rica - 23749,Cote d'Ivoire - 23652,Cuba - 7178, 8050, 8361,Cyprus - 8322,Czech Republic - 40708, 46837, 48239,Denmark - 51808,Egypt - 40708, 44615, 46837, 52751,El Salvador - 23749,England - 51808,Florida - 1, 2690,France - 13027, 40708, 44615, 46837,Germany - 13027, 40708, 44615, 46837, 48239, 51808,Guatemala - 23749,Haiti - 6842,Hawaii - 1710, 8558,Honduras - 23749,Hong Kong - 34650,Iowa - 10325,India - 7216, 8459, 48130,Iran - 40708, 44615, 46034, 46837, 47901, 52751,Italy - 40708, 44615, 44950, 46837, 47422, 48239, 50148, 50435, 50709, 50801, 51808, 52751,Italy, Sicily - 45968,Jamaica - 23679,Japan - 13027, 40708, 44615, 46837,Kenya - 6774,Libya - 7991,Massachusetts - 3149,Malawi - 6779, 24038,Malay Peninsula - 23732,Malaysia - 6784,Mauritius - 23735, 23736,Mexico - 7848, 46837, 47422,Michigan - 47959, 51808,Minnesota - 32970,Missouri - 11289,Morocco - 52719,Mississippi - 1289,Montana - 44,North Carolina - 282,North Dakota - 32970, 51740, 51808,Nebraska - 47959, 51808,Netherlands - 40708, 44615, 46837,New Caledonia - 40467,New Zealand - 6224, 40708, 44615, 46837, 50148, 51624,Nicaragua - 23749, 45314,Niue - 45115,New Mexico - 1985,New York - 51149,Oklahoma - 2410,ontario - 46691,Oregon - 44,Pakistan - 6232,Panama - 23749,Papua New Guinea - 6277,Philippines - 7101, 8528,Poland - 41972, 44009,Portugal - 6916, 6919,Puerto Rico - 5824,Range of host - 94,Romania - 40708, 45169, 46128, 46837, 47011, 47473,Scotland - 8300,South Dakota - 43,South Africa - 34234,South Africa, Cape Province - 30244,Southern Africa - 8029,Spain - 6912, 40708, 44463, 44615, 46837,Sudan - 24255,Sweden - 8275, 51808,Switzerland - 13027,Taiwan - 8312,Tanzania - 41818,Thailand - 41985, 48239,Trinidad and Tobago - 20455,Turkey - 51808,Texas - 1985,Ukraine - 42264,Venezuela - 8361, 9614,Virgin Islands - 5824,Washington - 44,West Indies - 37521,Wyoming - 51808,Zambia - 24169,Zimbabwe - 8318,

Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris Greece - 8187,New York - 51149, 51808,

Beta vulgaris var. benghalensis India - 48130,

Beta vulgaris var. cicla (Leaf spot.) Brazil - 34636,Canada - 7870,China - 8097, 33503, 36727, 39922,Colombia - 5035,Cuba - 8050,El Salvador - 23386,Hawaii - 1710,Hong Kong - 34650, 36727,Iowa - 10325,Korea - 33580, 39503,Missouri - 11289,New York - 51808,Oklahoma - 2410,Range of host - 94,South Africa - 6959, 34234,South Korea - 8073,Southern Africa - 8029,Spain - 10344,Tanzania - 41818,Turkey - 48038,Venezuela - 8361, 46810,Virgin Islands - 5824,West Indies - 37521,Wisconsin - 2734,Zambia - 24169,

Beta vulgaris var. crassa China - 8097,

Beta vulgaris var. hortensis South Africa - 6959,

Beta vulgaris var. macrorrhiza (Leaf spot.) Iowa - 10325,Range of host - 94,South Africa - 6959,

Beta vulgaris var. maritima Libya - 7991, 23721,

Beta vulgaris var. rapa China - 8097,Spain - 10344,

Beta vulgaris var. saccharifera Korea - 39503,

Carthamus tinctorius Montana - 39962,

Chenopodium album Iowa - 94,Poland - 41972, 44009,

Chenopodium ambrosioides (Leaf spot.) China - 8097, 36727,Cuba - 6139, 8361,Dominican Republic - 9660,Illinois - 127,India - 8459, 48130,Mississippi - 1289,Venezuela - 8361,West Indies - 37521,

Chenopodium botrys Wisconsin - 960,

Chenopodium glaucum Australia - 30244,China - 33503, 39922,

Chenopodium murale Pakistan - 6232, 42528,

Chenopodium sp. Australia - 38245,Iran - 47901, 52751,Taiwan - 8312,

Chrysanthemum coronarium Korea - 40708, 44615,

Chrysanthemum segetum South Korea - 46837, 50148,

Cycloloma atriplicifolium Wisconsin - 2735,

Goniolimon tataricum Bulgaria - 43202, 43803, 46837, 50148,

Kochia scoparia Wisconsin - 1157,

Lactuca sativa Benin - 46425,

Limonium sinuatum New Zealand - 40708, 44615, 46837, 50148,

Malva neglecta Iran - 47901,

Malva pusilla Romania - 40708, 44615, 46837, 50148,

Malva sp. Iowa - 94,

Malva sylvestris Iran - 47901,

Plantago lanceolata Iran - 47901, 52751,

Polygonum convolvulus (Leaf spot.) Iowa - 94,

Proboscidea jussieui (Leaf spot.) Oklahoma - 2399,

Proboscidea louisiana Wisconsin - 2734,

Proboscidea louisianica (Leaf spot.) Iowa - 94,Oklahoma - 94,Texas - 94,Wisconsin - 94,

Rumex crispus Iran - 47901,

Sesamum indicum Iran - 47901,

Sonchus asper Iran - 47901, 52751,

Sonchus sp. Iran - 47901,

Spinacia oleracea (Leaf spot.) Brazil - 34636,California - 25284,China - 8097, 30293, 39922,Florida - 1,Hong Kong - 34650, 36727,India - 8459, 48130,Pakistan - 6232,South Africa - 6959, 34234,Taiwan - 8251, 8303,Thailand - 43043,United States - 94,Venezuela - 39195,West Indies - 37521,

Spinacia sp. Botswana - 40708, 44615, 46837, 50148,Taiwan - 8312,

Cercospora beticola var. poonensis:

Beta vulgaris: India - 31520,

Cercospora chenopodiicola:

Chenopodium hybridum: Wisconsin - 94, 2796,

Chenopodium polyspermum Germany - 786,

Cercospora flagelliformis:

Spinacia oleracea: Missouri - 11289,New Jersey - 786, 8514,

Cercospora flagilliformis:

Spinacia oleracea: Cuba - 8050,West Indies - 37521,

Cercospora longissima:

Beta vulgaris: West Indies - 37521,

Cichorium intybus Libya - 7991,

Iris chinensis Hong Kong - 34650, 36727,Taiwan - 36727,

Ixeris chinensis China - 8097,Taiwan - 8312,

Ixeris denticulata China - 8097,

Lactuca chinensis Italy - 6976,

Lactuca denticulata China - 30293,

Lactuca indica China - 8097,Hong Kong - 34650, 36727,Malaysia - 6784, 7282,Taiwan - 8312,

Lactuca saligna Spain - 10344,

Lactuca sativa Angola - 8239,Australia - 6767,Barbados - 7284,Brazil - 34636,Brunei Darussalam - 6778,Cambodia - 24598,China - 8097, 36727,Colombia - 5035,Cuba - 8050, 8361,Florida - 1, 94,Greece - 8187,Guatemala - 23749,Hawaii - 605,Hong Kong - 34650, 36727,Illinois - 94,Indiana - 94,India - 7216,Italy - 6976,Libya - 7991,Malawi - 6779, 8239, 24038,Malaysia - 6772, 6784,Mauritius - 8239, 23735,Myanmar - 6641,New Caledonia - 40467,Nigeria - 8239,Niue - 45115,Puerto Rico - 5824,Sierra Leone - 8239,Somalia - 8239,South Africa - 34234,South Africa, Cape Province - 30244,Sudan - 8239,Taiwan - 8303, 8312,Tanzania - 41818,Trinidad and Tobago - 20455,Texas - 94,Uganda - 8239,Virginia - 94,Venezuela - 8361,Virgin Islands - 5824,West Indies - 37521,Wisconsin - 94,

Lactuca sativa var. capitata (Leaf spot.) Hawaii - 1710,

Lactuca sativa var. longifolia (Leaf spot.) China - 8097,Hawaii - 605, 1710,

Lactuca scariola Wisconsin - 2732,

Lactuca sp. (Leaf spot.) Bolivia - 24600,China - 36727,Colombia - 24349,Louisiana - 94,Trinidad and Tobago - 24349,Venezuela - 9614, 24349,

Cercospora spinaciae:

Spinacia oleracea: Korea - 39503,Netherlands - 786,

Cercosporina beticola:

Beta vulgaris: Taiwan - 8303,

Beta vulgaris var. rapacea Taiwan - 8303,

Fusarium betae:

Triticum aestivum: Germany - 45018,

The Literature database has 174 records for Cercospora beticola.

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The Specimens database has 444 records for Cercospora beticola.

Cercospora anthelmintica

Chenopodium ambrosioides var. anthelminticum - BPI 432566, BPI 432720, BPI 432721, BPI 432722, BPI 432723, BPI 432724

Chenopodium anthelminticum - BPI 432725, BPI 432726, BPI 432727, BPI 432728

Chenopodium sp. - BPI 432719

Cercospora betae

Beta vulgaris - BPI 433312, BPI 433312, BPI 433313, BPI 433314, BPI 433315, BPI 433316, BPI 433317, BPI 433318, BPI 433319, BPI 868274

Cercospora beticola

Beta cicla - BPI 861703, BPI 868267, BPI 868268

Beta maritima - BPI 433357

Beta sp. - BPI 433334, BPI 433335, BPI 433336, BPI 433337, BPI 433338, BPI 433339, BPI 433340, BPI 433341, BPI 433342, BPI 433343, BPI 433344, BPI 433345, BPI 433345, BPI 433345, BPI 433346, BPI 433347, BPI 433348, BPI 433349, BPI 433349, BPI 868270, BPI 868271

Beta trigyna - BPI 433361

Beta vulgaris - BPI 433321, BPI 433322, BPI 433328, BPI 433329, BPI 433330, BPI 433331, BPI 433332, BPI 433333, BPI 433358, BPI 433359, BPI 433360, BPI 433362, BPI 433363, BPI 433364, BPI 433365, BPI 433366, BPI 433367, BPI 433368, BPI 433369, BPI 433370, BPI 433371, BPI 433376, BPI 433377, BPI 433378, BPI 433379, BPI 433380, BPI 433381, BPI 433382, BPI 433383, BPI 433384, BPI 433385, BPI 433386, BPI 433387, BPI 433388, BPI 433389, BPI 433390, BPI 433391, BPI 433392, BPI 433393, BPI 433394, BPI 433395, BPI 433396, BPI 433397, BPI 433398, BPI 433399, BPI 433400, BPI 433401, BPI 433402, BPI 433403, BPI 433404, BPI 433404, BPI 433405, BPI 433406, BPI 433406, BPI 433407, BPI 433408, BPI 433408, BPI 433409, BPI 433409, BPI 433410, BPI 433411, BPI 433411, BPI 433412, BPI 433413, BPI 433414, BPI 433415, BPI 433415, BPI 433416, BPI 433416, BPI 433417, BPI 433417, BPI 433418, BPI 433419, BPI 433420, BPI 433421, BPI 433422, BPI 433423, BPI 433424, BPI 433425, BPI 433426, BPI 433427, BPI 433428, BPI 433429, BPI 433430, BPI 433430, BPI 433431, BPI 433432, BPI 433432, BPI 433433, BPI 433434, BPI 433435, BPI 433436, BPI 433437, BPI 433437, BPI 433438, BPI 433438, BPI 433439, BPI 433439, BPI 433440, BPI 433440, BPI 433441, BPI 433442, BPI 433443, BPI 433444, BPI 433445, BPI 433445, BPI 433446, BPI 433447, BPI 433447, BPI 433448, BPI 433448, BPI 433449, BPI 433450, BPI 433451, BPI 433452, BPI 433453, BPI 433454, BPI 433455, BPI 433456, BPI 433457, BPI 433458, BPI 433459, BPI 433460, BPI 433461, BPI 433462, BPI 433463, BPI 433464, BPI 433465, BPI 433466, BPI 433467, BPI 433468, BPI 433469, BPI 433470, BPI 433471, BPI 433472, BPI 433472, BPI 433473, BPI 433474, BPI 433475, BPI 433476, BPI 433477, BPI 433478, BPI 433479, BPI 433480, BPI 433481, BPI 433482, BPI 433483, BPI 433484, BPI 433485, BPI 433485, BPI 433486, BPI 433487, BPI 433488, BPI 433489, BPI 433490, BPI 433491, BPI 433492, BPI 433493, BPI 433494, BPI 433495, BPI 433495, BPI 433496, BPI 433496, BPI 433497, BPI 433498, BPI 433499, BPI 433500, BPI 433501, BPI 433502, BPI 433503, BPI 433504, BPI 433504, BPI 433505, BPI 433505, BPI 433506, BPI 433507, BPI 433508, BPI 433509, BPI 433510, BPI 433511, BPI 433512, BPI 433513, BPI 433514, BPI 433515, BPI 433516, BPI 433517, BPI 433518, BPI 433519, BPI 433520, BPI 433521, BPI 433522, BPI 433523, BPI 433524, BPI 433525, BPI 433526, BPI 433527, BPI 433527, BPI 433528, BPI 433528, BPI 433529, BPI 433530, BPI 433531, BPI 433532, BPI 433533, BPI 433533, BPI 433534, BPI 433535, BPI 433536, BPI 433537, BPI 433538, BPI 433539, BPI 433540, BPI 433541, BPI 433542, BPI 433543, BPI 433544, BPI 433545, BPI 433546, BPI 433546, BPI 433547, BPI 433548, BPI 433549, BPI 433550, BPI 433551, BPI 433552, BPI 433553, BPI 433554, BPI 433555, BPI 433556, BPI 433557, BPI 433557, BPI 433558, BPI 433559, BPI 433559, BPI 433560, BPI 433561, BPI 433562, BPI 433563, BPI 433564, BPI 433565, BPI 433566, BPI 433567, BPI 433568, BPI 433569, BPI 433570, BPI 433571, BPI 433572, BPI 433573, BPI 433574, BPI 433575, BPI 433576, BPI 433577, BPI 433578, BPI 433579, BPI 433580, BPI 433581, BPI 433582, BPI 433583, BPI 433583, BPI 433584, BPI 433585, BPI 433586, BPI 433587, BPI 433588, BPI 433589, BPI 433590, BPI 433591, BPI 433592, BPI 433593, BPI 433594, BPI 433595, BPI 433596, BPI 433597, BPI 433598, BPI 433599, BPI 433600, BPI 433601, BPI 433602, BPI 433603, BPI 433604, BPI 433605, BPI 433606, BPI 433607, BPI 433608, BPI 433623, BPI 433623, BPI 433624, BPI 433624, BPI 433632, BPI 433643, BPI 442847, BPI 442852, BPI 442855, BPI 444647, BPI 762944, BPI 762945, BPI 801850, BPI 861700, BPI 861701, BPI 861702, BPI 868266, BPI 868269, BPI 868272, BPI 868273, BPI 868276, BPI 868277, BPI 868278, BPI 868279, BPI 868281, BPI 868282, BPI 868283, BPI 877083, BPI 910842

Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla - BPI 433325, BPI 433350, BPI 433350, BPI 433351, BPI 433352, BPI 433353, BPI 433354, BPI 433355, BPI 433356, BPI 433372, BPI 433373, BPI 433616, BPI 433616, BPI 433617, BPI 433617, BPI 433618, BPI 433619, BPI 433620, BPI 433621, BPI 433622, BPI 878854

Beta vulgaris var. altissima - BPI 433609, BPI 433610, BPI 433611, BPI 433612, BPI 433613, BPI 433614, BPI 433615

Beta vulgaris var. macrorrhiza - BPI 433374, BPI 433375

Beta vulgaris var. rubra - BPI 433625, BPI 433626

Brassica oleracea - BPI 433627

Chenopodium ambrosioides - BPI 433630, BPI 433631

Chenopodium glaucum - BPI 795936b

Chenopodium sp. - BPI 433628, BPI 433629

Martynia louisiana - BPI 868280

Proboscidea louisianica - BPI 433633, BPI 433634, BPI 433635

Spinacia oleracea - BPI 433636, BPI 433637, BPI 433638, BPI 433639, BPI 433640

Substrate Undetermined - BPI 433320, BPI 433323, BPI 433324, BPI 433327

Cercospora beticola var. poonensis

Beta vulgaris - BPI 433641

Cercospora chenopodiicola

Chenopodium hybridum - BPI 434554, BPI 434554

Chenopodium polyspermum - BPI 434555, BPI 434556

Chenopodium sp. - BPI 434557

Cercospora flagelliformis

Spinacia oleracea - BPI 436440

Cercospora longissima

Lactuca sativa - BPI 437904, BPI 437905, BPI 437906, BPI 437907, BPI 437908A, BPI 437908B, BPI 437909, BPI 437910, BPI 437911, BPI 437912, BPI 437913, BPI 437914, BPI 437915, BPI 437916, BPI 437916, BPI 437917, BPI 437918, BPI 437919, BPI 437920, BPI 457096

Lactuca scariola - BPI 437921, BPI 437921

Fusarium betae

Beta vulgaris - BPI 451820, BPI 451821, BPI 451822

Solanum tuberosum - BPI 451824



U.S. National Fungus Collections. January 20, 2019

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service

Send comments or questions about the databases to HerbariumBPI@ars.usda.gov

Suggested citation: Farr, D.F., & Rossman, A.Y. Fungal Databases, U.S. National Fungus Collections, ARS, USDA. Retrieved January 20, 2019, from /fungaldatabases/

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