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Synonyms listed in the nomenclature report are used in the searches.

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

Dec 01, 2020

Nomenclature data for Diaporthe neoviticola

Diaporthe ampelina (Berk & M.A. Curtis) R.R. Gomes, C. Glienke & Crous 2013 (Ascomycetes, Diaporthales)

≡ Phoma ampelina Berk. & M.A. Curtis 1873

≡Phomopsis ampelina (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Grove 1919

= Phomopsis ampelopsidis Petr. 1916

= Fusicoccum viticola Reddick 1909

    ≡ Phomopsis viticola (Reddick) Goid. 1937

= Phoma viticola Sacc. 1880  Note: From Phomopsis viticola - Not Phomopsis viticola (Sacc.) Grove 1917 or Phomopsis viticola (Reddick) Goid. 1937.

    ≡ Phomopsis viticola (Sacc.) Sacc. 1915

    ≡ Phomopsis viticola var. viticola (Sacc.) Sacc. 1919

  ≡Diaporthe neoviticola Udayanga, Crous & K.D. Hyde 2012

= Sphaeropsis viticola Cooke 1883

    ≡ Macrophoma viticola (Cooke) Berl. & Voglino 1886

= Phomopsis viticola var. ampelopsidis Grove 1919

Notes: Kaliterna, J. et al. "Grapevine trunk diseases associated with fungi from the Diaporthaceae family in Croatian vineyards" Arh Hig Toksikol (2012). Diaporthe neoviticola a superfluous nom. nov. created to prevent conflict with Diaporthe viticola Nitschke (1870); Phoma ampelina Berk. & M.A. Curtis (1873) provides an older epithet.

Distribution: Temperate northern hemisphere.

Substrate: Leaves, stems, rachis.

Disease Note: Leaf spot, infection of pruning wounds, cankers, dieback

Host: Vitis spp., Ampelopsidis spp. (Vitaceae).

Supporting Literature:

Akgul, D.S., Gungor Savas, N., Teker, T., Keykubat, B., Mayorquin, J.S., and Eskalen, A. 2015. Fungal trunk pathogens of Sultana seedless vineyards in Aegean region of Turkey. Phytopathol. Medit. 54(2): 380-393.

Akgul, D.S., Mayorquin, J.S., and Eskalen, A. 2014. First report of Diaporthe neoviticola associated with wood cankers of grapevine in Turkey. Pl. Dis. 98(5): 692.

Aroca, A., Gramaje, D., Armengol, J., Garcia-Jimenez, J., and Raposo, R. 2010. Evaluation of the grapevine nursery propagation process as a source of Phaeoacremonium spp. and Phaeomoniella chlamydospora and occurence of trunk disease pathogens in rootstock mother vines in Spain. Eur. J. Pl. Pathol. 126(2): 165-174.

Baranek, M., Armengol, J., Holleinova, V., Pecenka, J., Calzarano, F., Penazova, E., Vachun, M., and Eichmeier, A. 2018. Incidence of symptoms and fungal pathogens associated with grapevine trunk diseases in Czech vineyards: first example from a north-eastern European grape-growing region. Phytopathol. Medit. 57(3): 449-458.

Dissanayake, A.J., Liu, M. , Zhang, W., Chen, Z., Udayanga, D., Chukeatirote, E., Li, X.-H., Yan, J.-Y., and Hyde, K.D. 2015. Morphological and molecular characterisation of Diaporthe species associated with grapevine trunk disease in China. Fung. Biol. 119(5): 283-294.

Dissanayake, A.J., Phillips, A.J.L., Hyde, K.D., Yan, J.Y., and Li, X.H. 2017. The current status of species in Diaporthe. Mycosphere 8(5): 1106-1156.

Gomes, R.R., Glienke, C., Videira, S.I.R., Lombard, L., Groenewald, J.Z., and Crous, P.W. 2013. Diaporthe: a genus of endophytic, saprobic and plant pathogenic fungi. Persoonia 31: 1-41.

Guarnaccia, V., Groenewald, J.Z., Woodhall, J., Armengol, J., Cinelli, T., Eichmeier, A., Ezra, D., Fontaine, F., Gramaje, D., Gutierrez-Aguirregabiria, A., Kaliterna, J., Kiss, L., Larignon, P., Luque, J., Mugnai, L., Naor, V., Raposo, R., Sandor, E., Vaczy, K.Z., and Crous, P.W. 2018. Diaporthe diversity and pathogenicity revealed from a broad survey of grapevine diseases in Europe. Persoonia 40: 135-153.

Halleen, F., Crous, P.W., and Petrini, O. 2003. Fungi associated with healthy grapevine cuttings in nurseries, with special reference to pathogens involved in the decline of young vines. Australas. Pl. Pathol. 32: 47-52.

Jayawardena, R.S., Hyde, K.D., Chethana, K.W.T., Daranagama, D.A., Dissanayake, A.J., Goonasekara, I.D., Manawasighe, I.S., Mapook, A., Jayasiri, S.C., Karunarathna, A., Li, C.G., Phukhamsakda, C., Senanayake, I.C., Wanasinghe, D.N., Camporesi, E., Bulgakov, T.S., Li, X.H., Liu, M. , Zhang, W., and Yan, J.Y. 2018. Mycosphere notes 102-168: Saprotrophic fungi on Vitis in China, Italy, Russia and Thailand. Mycosphere 9(1): 1-114.

Lawrence, D.P., Travadon, R., and Baumgartner, K. 2015. Diversity of Diaporthe species associated with wood cankers of fruit and nut crops in northern California. Mycologia 107(5): 926-940.

Martin, M.T., and Cobos, R. 2007. Identification of fungi associated with grapevine decline in Castilla y Leon (Spain). Phytopathol. Medit. 46: 18-25.

Phillips, A.J.L. 1998. Botryosphaeria dothidea and other fungi associated with excoriose and dieback of grapevines in Portugal. J. Phytopathol. 146: 327-332.

Urbez-Torres, J.R., Peduto, F., Smith, R.J., and Gubler, W.D. 2013. Phomopsis Dieback: A Grapevine Trunk Disease Caused by Phomopsis viticola in California. Pl. Dis. 97: 1571-1579.

Updated on Apr 23, 2019

The Fungus-Host Distributions database has 140 records for Diaporthe neoviticola.

Diaporthe ampelina:

Vitis sp.: Australia - 52404,Bulgaria - 52404,California - 51796,China - 52404,France - 52404,India - 52404,Italy - 52404,Japan - 52404,New Zealand - 52404,North America - 51796,New York - 51035,Poland - 52404,South Africa - 52404,Spain - 52404,Switzerland - 52404,Turkey - 51796, 52404,United States - 51035, 52404,

Vitis vinifera California - 46703, 47389, 48206, 50878, 52726,Croatia - 50000,Czech Republic - 50000, 52934,France - 46703, 47389, 48132, 49842, 49844, 50000, 50796, 51557, 51577, 51796, 51997, 52281, 52931, 52984,Hungary - 50000,Israel - 50000,Italy - 46703, 50000, 52338,South Africa - 50187,Spain - 50000, 52931,Turkey - 46703, 48132, 51026,United Kingdom - 50000,United States - 50000, 51997,Uruguay - 51577,

Diaporthe neoviticola:

Vitis vinifera: France - 46050,Sri Lanka - 54994,Turkey - 49097,

Fusicoccum viticola:

Crataegus pinnatifida: China - 39922,

Vitis vinifera China - 8097, 39922,Southern Africa - 8029,

Macrophoma viticola:

Vitis aestivalis (On leaves.): South Carolina - 94,

Phoma ampelina:

Vitis aestivalis (On stems.): Pennsylvania - 94,

Vitis vinifera var. vinifera Greece - 8187,

Phoma viticola:

Vitis vinifera: Central Asia - 36206,India - 19673,

Vitis vinifera var. vinifera Greece - 8187,

Phomopsis viticola:

Vitis aestivalis: New York - 94,United States - 52294,

Vitis labrusca (Dead arm.) Florida - 1,Spain - 40281,

Vitis rotundifolia (Dead arm.) Florida - 1,

Vitis sp. (Dead arm.) Australia - 6767, 38245,Brazil - 34636,Florida - 1,Poland - 29032,

Vitis vinifera (Dead arm.) Arkansas - 45430,Armenia - 12349,Australia - 6765, 35827, 39894, 42492,Brunei Darussalam - 6778,Bulgaria - 43803,California - 3929, 25284, 45430, 46859,Chile - 6791, 52294,Croatia - 47269,Florida - 1,France - 35827, 39894, 44197, 45430, 46184, 46290, 49113,India - 6558,Italy - 35827, 39894, 48452,Japan - 42066, 46917,Mexico - 7848,Missouri - 45430,New Zealand - 6224, 40040,North America - 46548,Poland - 44009,Portugal - 35827, 39894, 44197, 45430, 48181, 48182,South Africa - 6959, 34234, 35827, 39894, 45373, 49150,South Africa, Western Cape - 48820,Spain - 44795, 48468, 48827, 49153,Switzerland - 48832,Turkey - 35827, 39894,Texas - 45430,United States - 35827, 39894,Venezuela - 8361,

Phomopsis viticola var. ampelopsidis:

Parthenocissus quinquefolia (On stems.): New Jersey - 94,

Sphaeropsis viticola:

Vitis vinifera var. vinifera: Greece - 8187,

The Literature database has 91 records for Diaporthe neoviticola.

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Akgul, D.S., Mayorquin, J.S., and Eskalen, A. 2014. First report of Diaporthe neoviticola associated with wood cankers of grapevine in Turkey. Pl. Dis. 98(5): 692. (49097)

Ale-Agha, N., Dubos, B., Grosclaude, C., and Ricard, J.L. 1974. Antagonism between nongerminated spores of Trichoderma viride and Botrytis cinerea, Monilia laxa, M. fructigena, and Phomopsis viticola. Pl. Dis. Reporter 58: 915-917. (20688)

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Anonymous 1960. Index of Plant Diseases in the United States. U.S.D.A. Agric. Handb. 165: 1-531. (94)

Aroca, A., Gramaje, D., Armengol, J., Garcia-Jimenez, J., and Raposo, R. 2010. Evaluation of the grapevine nursery propagation process as a source of Phaeoacremonium spp. and Phaeomoniella chlamydospora and occurence of trunk disease pathogens in rootstock mother vines in Spain. Eur. J. Pl. Pathol. 126(2): 165-174. (49153)

Baranek, M., Armengol, J., Holleinova, V., Pecenka, J., Calzarano, F., Penazova, E., Vachun, M., and Eichmeier, A. 2018. Incidence of symptoms and fungal pathogens associated with grapevine trunk diseases in Czech vineyards: first example from a north-eastern European grape-growing region. Phytopathol. Medit. 57(3): 449-458. (52934)

Baumgartner, K., Fujiyoshia, P.T., Travadon, R., Castlebury, L.A., Wilcox, W.F., and Rolshausen, P.E. 2013. Characterization of Species of Diaporthe from Wood Cankers of Grape in Eastern North American Vineyards. Pl. Dis. 97: 912-920. (46548)

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The Specimens database has 29 records for Diaporthe neoviticola.

Fusicoccum viticola

Vitis sp. - BPI 363665

Phoma ampelina

Vitis sp. - BPI 356105, BPI 356106, BPI 356106, BPI 798499, BPI 798499, BPI 798500, BPI 798500, BPI 798501, BPI 798501

Phoma viticola

Ampelopsis quinquefolia - BPI 357836, BPI 357837, BPI 357837

Vitis sp. - BPI 355670

Vitis vinifera - BPI 357838

Phomopsis ampelopsidis

Ampelopsis quinquefolia - BPI 358265

Ampelopsis sp. - BPI 358264

Phomopsis viticola

Vitis labrusca - BPI 747964, BPI 747965

Vitis sp. - BPI 359125, BPI 359126, BPI 359127, BPI 525016

Vitis vinifera - BPI 359128, BPI 871304

Sphaeropsis viticola

Vitis sp. - BPI 367140, BPI 801519, BPI 801519, BPI 801520



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Suggested citation: Farr, D.F., & Rossman, A.Y. Fungal Databases, U.S. National Fungus Collections, ARS, USDA. Retrieved December 1, 2020, from /fungaldatabases/

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