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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

May 17, 2021

Nomenclature data for Diaporthe oncostoma

Diaporthe oncostoma Fuckel 1870 [1869] (Ascomycetes, Diaporthales)

≡ Sphaeria oncostoma Duby 1854

= Phoma oncostoma Thuem. 1877

    ≡ Phomopsis oncostoma (Thüm.) Traverso 1906

Distribution: Temperate northern hemisphere.

Substrate: On limbs of hardwoods.

Disease Note: Canker, dieback and bark necrosis.

Host: Primarily known on Robinia but also on other temperate hardwood trees.

Supporting Literature:

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.

Kim, J.-H., Kim, D.-Y., Park, H., and Eom, A.-H. 2017. Two endophytic Diaporthe species isolated from the leaves of Astragalus membranaceus in Korea. Mycobiology 45(4): 430-433.

Vajna, L. 2001. Diaporthe oncostoma causing stem canker of black locust in Hungary. New Disease Reports 4: 12.

Updated on Mar 05, 2018

The Fungus-Host Distributions database has 43 records for Diaporthe oncostoma.

Diaporthe oncostoma:

Astragalus membranaceus: South Korea - 51497,

Cornus sp. Japan - 44259,

Elaeagnus umbellata Japan - 7361, 42066, 44259,

Robinia pseudo-acacia Canada - 8376,

Robinia pseudoacacia Austria - 33439,Bulgaria - 41321, 46055, 46108,Denmark - 11573,Eastern states - 94,France - 46703, 50000, 51497, 51997,Georgia - 278,Germany - 46703, 50796, 51497, 51557,Greece - 51497,Hungary - 47999,Illinois - 94,Japan - 44259,North Carolina - 282, 3164,Poland - 44009,Russia - 37497, 46703, 51035, 51497,

Robinia sp. United Kingdom - 6783,

Toona sinensis France - 7983,

Phomopsis oncostoma:

Caragana arborescens: Poland - 44009,

Robinia pseudoacacia China - 8097, 30293, 37549,Italy - 7983,Poland - 7120, 44009,

Robinia sp. (On twigs.) New Jersey - 94,

Ulmus sp. Poland - 44009,

The Literature database has 28 records for Diaporthe oncostoma.

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

Cannon, P.F., Hawksworth, D.L., and Sherwood-Pike, M.A. 1985. The British Ascomycotina. An Annotated Checklist. Commonwealth Mycological Institute, Kew, Surrey, England, 302 pages. (6783)

Castlebury, L.A., Rossman, A.Y., Jaklitsch, W.J., and Vasilyeva, L.N. 2002. A preliminary overview of the Diaporthales based on large subunit nuclear ribosomal DNA sequences. Mycologia 94: 1017-1031. (37497)

Chen, M.-M. 2002. Forest fungi phytogeography: Forest fungi phytogeography of China, North America, and Siberia and international quarantine of tree pathogens. Pacific Mushroom Research and Education Center, Sacramento, California, 469 pages. (37549)

Gao, Y., Liu, F., Duan, W.J., Crous, P.W., and Cai, L. 2017. Diaporthe is paraphyletic. IMA Fungus 8(1): 153-187. (51035)

Ginns, J.H. 1986. Compendium of plant disease and decay fungi in Canada 1960-1980. Res. Br. Can. Agric. Publ. 1813: 416. (8376)

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. (46703)

Grand, L.F., Ed. 1985. North Carolina Plant Disease Index. North Carolina Agric. Res. Serv. Techn. Bull. 240: 1-157. (282)

Grand, L.F., Menge, J.A., and Bond, J.J. 1975. Partial checklist of fungi from Highlands, North Carolina and vicinity. J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 91: 221-229. (3164)

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. (50000)

Hanlin, R.T. 1963. A revision of the Ascomycetes of Georgia. Georgia Agric. Exp. Sta. Mimeo Ser. n.s. 175: 1-65. (278)

Kim, J.-H., Kim, D.-Y., Park, H., and Eom, A.-H. 2017. Two endophytic Diaporthe species isolated from the leaves of Astragalus membranaceus in Korea. Mycobiology 45(4): 430-433. (51497)

Kobayashi, T. 1970. Taxonomic studies of Japanese Diaporthaceae with special reference to their life-histories. Bull. Gov. Forest Exp. Sta. 226: 1-242. (7361)

Kobayashi, T. 2007. Index of fungi inhabiting woody plants in Japan. Host, Distribution and Literature. Zenkoku-Noson-Kyoiku Kyokai Publishing Co., Ltd., 1227 pages. (42066)

Marin-Felix, Y., Hernandez-Restrepo, M., Wingfield, M.J., Akulov, A., Carnegie, A.J., Cheewangkoon, R., Gramaje, D., Groenewald, J.Z., Guarnaccia, V., Halleen, F., Lombard, L., Luangsa-ard, J., Marincowitz, S., Moslemi, A., Mostert, L., Quaedvlieg, W., Schumacher, R.K., Spies, C.F.J., Thangavel, R., Taylor, P.W.J., Wilson, A.M., Wingfield, B.D., Wood, A.R., and Crous, P.W. 2019. Genera of phytopathogenic fungi: GOPHY 2. Stud. Mycol. 92: 47-133. (51997)

Mulenko, W., Majewski, T., and Ruszkiewicz-Michalska, M. 2008. A preliminary checklist of Micromycetes in Poland. W. Szafer Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Sciences 9: 752. (44009)

Munk, A. 1957. Danish Pyrenomycetes. A Preliminary Flora. Dansk Bot. Ark. 17: 1-491. (11573)

Otani, Y. 1995. Mycological Flora of Japan. Yokendo Ltd., Tokyo 3: 310. (44259)

Spaulding, P. 1961. Foreign Diseases of Forest Trees of the World. U.S.D.A. Agric. Handb. 197: 1-361. (7983)

Stoykov, D.Y. 2012. Diaporthales. Fungi Bulgaricae 8: 319. (46055)

Stoykow, D.Y., and Denchev, C.M. 2006. Current knowledge of Diaporthales (Ascomycota) in Bulgaria. Mycol. Balcan. 3: 179-185. (41321)

Tai, F.L. 1979. Sylloge Fungorum Sinicorum. Sci. Press, Acad. Sin., Peking, 1527 pages. (8097)

Teng, S.C. 1996. Fungi of China. Mycotaxon, Ltd., Ithaca, NY, 586 pages. (30293)

Truszkowska, W., and Chlebicki, A. 1983. Pyrenomycetes wystepujace w zbiorowiskach lesnych Wzgorz Strzelinskich (Dolny Slask). Acta Mycol. 19: 129-157. (7120)

Vajna, L. 2001. Diaporthe oncostoma causing stem canker of black locust in Hungary. New Disease Reports 4: 12. (47999)

Vasilyeva, L.N., and Scheuer, C. 1996. [Recent collections of stromatic pyrenomycetes from Austria, especially from Styria]. Mitt. Naturwiss. Vereins Steiermark 126: 61-82. (33439)

Yang, Q., Du, Z., and Tian, C.-m. 2018. Phylogeny and morphology reveal two new species of Diaporthe from traditional chinese medicine in Northeast China. Phytotaxa 336(2): 159-170. (51557)

Yang, Q., Fan, X.-L., Du, Z., and Tian, C.-m. 2017. Diaporthe species occurring on Senna bicapsularis in southern China, with descriptions of two species. Phytotaxa 302(2): 145-155. (50796)

The Specimens database has 152 records for Diaporthe oncostoma.

Diaporthe oncostoma

Acacia sp. - BPI 619151B

Ailanthus glandulosa - BPI 616626, BPI 616627

Gleditsia triacanthos - BPI 615398

Robinia pseudoacacia - BPI 615275, BPI 615368, BPI 615369, BPI 615370, BPI 615372, BPI 615374, BPI 615375, BPI 615376, BPI 615377, BPI 615378, BPI 615379, BPI 615380, BPI 615394, BPI 615395, BPI 615396, BPI 615397, BPI 615397, BPI 615399, BPI 615401, BPI 615401, BPI 615402, BPI 615403, BPI 615405, BPI 615406, BPI 615407, BPI 615409, BPI 615413, BPI 616632, BPI 616632, BPI 616633, BPI 616633, BPI 616633, BPI 616634, BPI 616634, BPI 616634, BPI 616635, BPI 616635, BPI 616635, BPI 616636, BPI 616636, BPI 616636, BPI 616636, BPI 616637, BPI 616637, BPI 616637, BPI 616637, BPI 616638, BPI 616639, BPI 616640, BPI 616641, BPI 616642, BPI 616643, BPI 616644, BPI 616645, BPI 616646, BPI 616647, BPI 616648, BPI 616649, BPI 616650, BPI 616651, BPI 616652, BPI 616653, BPI 616654, BPI 616655, BPI 616656, BPI 616657, BPI 616658, BPI 616659, BPI 616660, BPI 616661, BPI 616662, BPI 616663, BPI 616664, BPI 616665, BPI 616666, BPI 616667, BPI 616668, BPI 616669, BPI 616669, BPI 616669, BPI 616670, BPI 616671, BPI 616672, BPI 616672, BPI 616673, BPI 747934, BPI 747950, BPI 840937, BPI 840947, BPI 843565, BPI 868653, BPI 880403

Robinia sp. - BPI 615371, BPI 615381, BPI 615404, BPI 616628, BPI 616629, BPI 616629, BPI 616630, BPI 616631, BPI 616631, BPI 616631, BPI 878342

Sambucus canadensis - BPI 616674

Substrate Undetermined - BPI 616621, BPI 616622, BPI 616622, BPI 616623, BPI 616624, BPI 616625, BPI 797301, BPI 797301

Phoma oncostoma

Robinia pseudoacacia - BPI 357278, BPI 357278

Robinia sp. - BPI 357277, BPI 357277

Phomopsis oncostoma

Acacia sp. - BPI 357942A, BPI 357942B

Robinia pseudoacacia - BPI 357947, BPI 358822, BPI 358822, BPI 358823, BPI 358823, BPI 358824, BPI 358824, BPI 358825, BPI 358825, BPI 358825, BPI 358826, BPI 358826, BPI 358827, BPI 358827, BPI 358828, BPI 358829, BPI 358830, BPI 358831, BPI 358832, BPI 358833, BPI 358834, BPI 358835, BPI 358836, BPI 358837, BPI 358838, BPI 358839, BPI 358840, BPI 860640, BPI 863011

Robinia sp. - BPI 358821



U.S. National Fungus Collections. May 17, 2021

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Suggested citation: Farr, D.F., & Rossman, A.Y. Fungal Databases, U.S. National Fungus Collections, ARS, USDA. Retrieved May 17, 2021, from /fungaldatabases/

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