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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, Fungus-Host, Literature

Dec 03, 2021

Nomenclature data for Aspergillus restrictus

Aspergillus restrictus G. Sm. 1931 (Ascomycetes, Eurotiales)

Distribution: Cosmopolitan.

Substrate: Multitudinous substrates.

Disease Note: Primarily fruit rot. Blue eye of corn.

Host: Numerous genera in various families including Zea mays (Poaceae).

Supporting Literature:

Klich, M.A. 2002. Identification of common Aspergillus species. Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures, Utrecht : 116.

Updated on Jun 16, 2008

The Fungus-Host Distributions database has 23 records for Aspergillus restrictus.

Aspergillus restrictus:

Abies alba: Poland - 44009,

Avena sativa United States - 3998,

Carya illinoensis (Isolated from nuts.) United States - 792,

Colocasia esculenta Malaysia - 6772,

Glycine max Brazil - 34636,

Lycopersicon esculentum Brazil - 34636,

Nicotiana tabacum (Storage rot.) North Carolina - 282,

Passiflora edulis New Caledonia - 40467,

Phyllostachys bambusoides Japan - 42066,

soil China - 36727,

Solanum tuberosum Poland - 44009,

Triticum aestivum United States - 3998,

Zea mays Iowa - 2819, 2907,Illinois - 2819,Maryland - 2819,Minnesota - 2819,Missouri - 2819,Nebraska - 2819,Ohio - 2819,Pennsylvania - 2819,United States - 3998,Virginia - 2819,

The Literature database has 13 records for Aspergillus restrictus.

Christensen, C.M., Papavizas, G.C., and Benjamin, C.R. 1959. A new halophilic species of Eurotium. Mycologia 51: 636-640. (18445)

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

Hanlin, R.T., Foudin, L.L., Berisford, Y., Glover, S.U., Jones, J.P., and Huang, L.H. 1978. Plant disease index for maize in the United States, Part I: Host index. Agric. Exp. Sta. Univ. Georgia Res. Rep. 277: 1-62. (2819)

Huang, L.H., and Hanlin, R.T. 1975. Fungi occurring in freshly harvested and in-market pecans. Mycologia 67: 689-700. (792)

Huguenin, B. 1966. Micromycetes de Nouvelle-Caledonie. Cah. O.R.S.T.O.M., Ser. Biol. 1: 61-91. (40467)

Johnston, A. 1960. A supplement to a host list of plant diseases in Malaya. Mycol. Pap. 77: 1-30. (6772)

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)

Kozakiewicz, Z. 2003. Aspergillus restrictus. I.M.I. Descr. Fungi Bact. 1545: 1-2. (37769)

Lichtwardt, R.W., Barron, G.L., and Tiffany, L.H. 1958. Mold flora associated with shelled corn in Iowa. Iowa State Coll. J. Sci. 33: 1-11. (2907)

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)

Sauer, D.B., Storey, C.L., and Walker, D.E. 1984. Fungal populations in U.S. farm-stored grain and their relationship to moisture, storage time, regions, and insect infestation. Phytopathology 74: 1050-1053. (3998)

Zhuang, W.-Y., Ed. 2001. Higher Fungi of Tropical China. Mycotaxon, Ltd., Ithaca, NY, 485 pages. (36727)

There are no records for Aspergillus restrictus in the Specimens database.

U.S. National Fungus Collections. December 03, 2021

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 December 3, 2021, from /fungaldatabases/

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