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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

Dec 01, 2020

Nomenclature data for Diaporthe woodii

Diaporthe leptostromiformis (J.G. Kühn) Rossman & Udayanga 2015 (Ascomycetes, Diaporthales)

≡ Cryptosporium leptostromiforme J.G. Kühn 1880

≡Phomopsis leptostromiformis (J.G. Kühn) Bubák 1913

= Diaporthe woodii Punith. 1974

Distribution: Southern United States; Europe.

Substrate: Stems.

Disease Note: Blight.

Host: Lupinus spp. (Fabaceae).

Supporting Literature:

Punithalingam, E., and Gibson, I.A.S. 1975. Diaporthe woodii. C.M.I. Descr. Pathog. Fungi Bact. 476: 1-2.

Rossman, A.Y., Adams, G.C., Cannon, P.F., Castlebury, L.A., Crous, P.W., Gryzenhout, M. , Jaklitsch, W.M., Mejia, L.C. , Stoykov, D., Udayanga, D., Voglmayr, H., and Walker, D.M. 2015. Recommendations of generic names in Diaporthales competing for protection or use. IMA Fungus 6: 145-154.

Updated on Sep 10, 2015

The Fungus-Host Distributions database has 25 records for Diaporthe woodii.

Diaporthe woodii:

Lupinus albus: Australia - 6765,

Lupinus angustifolius Australia - 6765, 6801,Tanzania - 6827,

Lupinus cosentinii Australia - 6765, 6801,

Lupinus luteus Australia - 6765,Poland - 36996,

Lupinus polyphyllus Poland - 36996,

Lupinus sp. Australia - 13027, 46703,

Phomopsis leptostromiformis:

Lupinus albus: Brazil - 34636,Poland - 44009,

Lupinus angustifolius Australia - 6732, 6801,Poland - 44009,

Lupinus cosentinii Australia - 6801,

Lupinus luteus (Stem blight.) Florida - 1566,Georgia - 1566,Poland - 44009,

Lupinus pilosus Australia - 6801,

Lupinus polyphyllus Poland - 44009,

Lupinus sp. Poland - 44009,South Africa - 6959, 34234,

The Literature database has 22 records for Diaporthe woodii.

Adamska, I. 2001. Microscopic fungus-like organisms and fungi of the Slowinski National Park. II. (NW Poland). Acta Mycol. 36: 31-65. (36996)

Cook, R.P., and Dubé, A.J. 1989. Host-pathogen index of plant diseases in South Australia. South Australian Department of Agriculture, 1-142 pages. (6801)

Crous, P.W., Phillips, A.J.L., and Baxter, A.P. 2000. Phytopathogenic Fungi from South Africa. University of Stellenbosch, Department of Plant Pathology Press, 358 pages. (34234)

Ebbels, D.L., and Allen, D.J. 1979. A supplementary and annotated list of plant diseases, pathogens and associated fungi in Tanzania. Phytopathol. Pap. 22: 1-89. (6827)

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

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)

Gorter, G.J.M.A. 1977. Index of plant pathogens and the diseases they cause in cultivated plants in South Africa. Republic South Africa Dept. Agric. Techn. Serv. Pl. Protect. Res. Inst. Sci. Bull. 392: 1-177. (6959)

Mendes, M.A.S., da Silva, V.L., Dianese, J.C., and et al. 1998. Fungos em Plants no Brasil. Embrapa-SPI/Embrapa-Cenargen, Brasilia, 555 pages. (34636)

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)

Ostazeski, S.A., and Wells, H.D. 1960. A Phomopsis stem blight of yellow lupine (Lupinus luteus L.). Pl. Dis. Reporter 44: 66-67. (1566)

Punithalingam, E. 1974. Studies on Sphaeropsidales in culture. II. Mycol. Pap. 136: 1-63. (16492)

Punithalingam, E., and Gibson, I.A.S. 1975. Diaporthe woodii. C.M.I. Descr. Pathog. Fungi Bact. 476: 1-2. (23538)

Richardson, M.J. 1990. An Annotated List of Seed-Borne Diseases. Fourth Edition. International Seed Testing Association, Zurich, 387+ pages. (13027)

Sampson, P.J., and Walker, J. 1982. An Annotated List of Plant Diseases in Tasmania. Department of Agriculture Tasmania, 121 pages. (6732)

Shanker, M., Cowling, W.A., and Sweetingham, M.W. 1998. Histological observations of latent infection and tissue colonization by Diaporthe toxica in resistant and susceptible narrow-leafed lupins. Canad. J. Bot. 76: 1305-1316. (33654)

Shivas, R.G. 1989. Fungal and bacterial diseases of plants in Western Australia. J. Roy. Soc. W. Australia 72: 1-62. (6765)

Shivas, R.G., Allen, J.G., and Williamson, P.M. 1991. Infraspecific variation demonstrated in Phomopsis leptostromiformis using cultural and biochemical techniques. Mycol. Res. 95: 320-323. (25903)

Stovold, G.E., Sykes, J.A., and Francis, A. 1983-84. Occurrence of the fungus Phomopsis leptostromiformis on lupin stubbles in southern New South Wales. N. S. W. Department of Agriculture, Biol. Branch Plant Dis. Surv., 21-23 pages. (17662)

Williamson, P.M., Highet, A.S., Gams, W., Sivasithamparam, K., and Cowling, W.A. 1994. Diaporthe toxica sp. nov., the cause of lupinosis in sheep. Mycol. Res. 98: 1364-1368. (29256)

Williamson, P.M., Sivasithamparam, K., and Cowling, W.A. 1990. The development of subcuticular latent infectionstructures by Phomopsis leptostromiformis on lupins. IMC4 Abstracts 1A-101/1: --. (27433)

Williamson, P.M., Sivasithamparam, K., and Cowling, W.A. 1991. Formation of subcuticular coralloid hyphae by Phomopsis leptostromiformis upon latent infection of narrow-leafed lupins. Pl. Dis. 75: 1023-1026. (27074)

Wood, P.M., and Sivasithamparam, K. 1989. Diaporthe woodii (anamorph Phomopsis leptostromiformis) - a toxigenic fungus infecting cultivated lupins. Mycopathologia 105: 79-86. (24824)

The Specimens database has 4 records for Diaporthe woodii.

Cryptosporium leptostromiforme

Lupinus luteus - BPI 401706

Substrate Undetermined - BPI 401704

Phomopsis leptostromiformis

Lupinus sp. - BPI 358730, BPI 358730



U.S. National Fungus Collections. December 01, 2020

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service

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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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