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U.S. National Fungus Collections.
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This report contains data from the following databases: Nomenclature, Specimens, Fungus-Host, Literature

Jan 22, 2022

Nomenclature data for Verticillium albo-atrum

Verticillium albo-atrum Reinke & Berthold 1879 (Ascomycetes, Hypocreales)

= Verticillium albo-atrum var. caespitosum Wollenw. 1929

= Verticillium albo-atrum var. tuberosum B.A. Rudolph 1931

Distribution: Cosmopolitan, most common in temperate regions.

Substrate: Leaves, roots.

Disease Note: Wilt, chlorosis.

Host: Numerous hosts.

Supporting Literature:

Gent, D.H., Woods, J.L., and Putnam, M.L. 2012. New outbreaks of Verticillium wilt on hop in Oregon caused by nonlethal Verticillium albo-atrum. Pl. Health Progr. Online: doi:10.1094/PHP-2012-0521-01-RS.

Ghalandar, M., Clewes, E., Barbara, D.J., Zare, R., and Heydari, A. 2004. Verticillium-wilt (Verticillium albo-atrum) on Medicago sativa (alfalfa) in Iran. New Disease Reports 9: 28.

Hawksworth, D.L., and Talboys, P.W. 1970. Verticillium albo-atrum. C.M.I. Descr. Pathog. Fungi Bact. 255: 1-2.

Nair, P.V.R., Wiechel, T.J., Crump, N.S., and Taylor, P.W.J. 2019. Seed tuber incidence, identification and pathogenicity of Verticillium species infecting potatoes in South East Australia. Australas. Pl. Pathol. 48(6): 637-650.

Updated on Dec 10, 2019

The Fungus-Host Distributions database has 914 records for Verticillium albo-atrum.

Verticillium albo-atrum:

Abelmoschus esculentus (Wilt.): Brazil - 34636,Greece - 8187,New Mexico - 962, 1054, 1221,

Abutilon sp. (Wilt.) New Jersey - 94,

Abutilon theophrasti China - 8097,

Acer campestre (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,Italy - 6767,

Acer ginnala (Wilt.) Germany - 6767,Illinois - 2909,

Acer mono (Wilt.) Tennessee - 1008,

Acer negundo China - 8097, 37549,Germany - 6767,

Acer negundo var. californicum California - 94,Oregon - 94,Washington - 94,

Acer nigrum (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Acer palmatum (Wilt.) California - 53,Range of host - 94,Virginia - 1421,

Acer platanoides (Wilt.) Canada - 8376,Germany - 6767,Illinois - 1115, 2909,Italy - 6767,North Carolina - 2787, 2909,Northwestern states - 2909,Range of host - 94,Virginia - 1421, 2787, 2909,

Acer platanoides f. globosum Germany - 6767,

Acer platanoides f. schwedleri Germany - 6767,Illinois - 1115,

Acer pseudoplatanus (Wilt.) Central states - 94,France - 6767,Germany - 6767,Northeastern states - 94,

Acer rubrum (Wilt.) Canada - 8376,Central states - 94,Eastern states - 94,Illinois - 94, 2909,Tennessee - 94,Virginia - 1421,

Acer saccharinum (Wilt.) Chile - 6791,Eastern states - 94,Illinois - 94, 2909,North central states - 94,Tennessee - 94,Virginia - 1421,

Acer saccharum (Wilt.) Canada - 8376,Eastern and central states - 94,Illinois - 94, 1115, 2909,Massachusetts - 2909,North Carolina - 2787, 2909,New York - 2909,Tennessee - 94,Virginia - 1421,

Acer sp. (Wilt.) California - 2909,Poland - 44009,

Aconitum carmichaelii (Wilt.) Massachusetts - 94,New Jersey - 94,New York - 94,

Aconitum napellus (Wilt.) Massachusetts - 94,United States - 94,

Actinidia chinensis Chile - 43203,

Actinidia deliciosa New Zealand - 6224,

Aesculus hippocastanum (Wilt.) Germany - 6767,Pennsylvania - 94,

Ailanthus altissima (Wilt.) Italy - 6767,New York - 94,Pennsylvania - 94, 54521,Virginia - 94,

Ailanthus sp. Poland - 44009,

Albizia lophantha Chile - 6791,

Allium sp. Canada - 13027,

Amaranthus retroflexus California - 384,

Amaranthus sp. Oregon - 44,

Amygdalus communis Bulgaria - 43803,

Annona cherimola Chile - 6791,

Antirrhinum majus (Wilt.) California - 94,Canada - 7870,Connecticut - 94,Florida - 1,Massachusetts - 94,Maine - 94,Minnesota - 94,North Carolina - 282,New Jersey - 94,New York - 94,Oklahoma - 2410,Pennsylvania - 94,

Antirrhinum sp. Canada - 8376,Wales - 32163,

Apium graveolens Canada - 13027,Thailand - 13027,

Apium graveolens var. dulce (Wilt.) California - 94,

Arachis hypogaea (Wilt.) Brazil - 34636,North Carolina - 282,New Mexico - 1622,

Arachis hypogea Bulgaria - 43803,

Aralia racemosa (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Aralia sp. Canada - 7870,

Araucaria araucana Chile - 6791,

Armoracia lapathifolia Washington - 44,

Armoracia rusticana (Wilt.) Michigan - 94,Washington - 94,

Aster sp. (Wilt.) Connecticut - 94,Oregon - 44,Poland - 44009,

Atropa belladonna (Wilt.) California - 94,

Aucuba japonica (Wilt.) New Jersey - 94,

Begonia sp. (Wilt.) Connecticut - 94,New York - 94,

Berberis thunbergii (Wilt.) Eastern states - 94,Illinois - 94, 1115, 2909,Massachusetts - 2909,Michigan - 94,New Jersey - 2909,Oregon - 44,

Berberis vulgaris (Wilt.) Canada - 8376,Connecticut - 94,

Beta sp. Bulgaria - 43803,

Beta vulgaris Canada - 8376,China - 8097,Colorado - 94,New Zealand - 6224,Oregon - 44,

Brassica campestris var. napobrassica California - 94,

Brassica oleracea var. capitata California - 2772,

Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera California - 2772,

Brassica rapa Kansas - 1284,

Buxus microphylla var. koreana (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Calceolaria sp. (Wilt.) New York - 94,Washington - 44, 94,

Callirhoe papaver (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Callistephus chinensis (Wilt.) Canada - 7870,China - 8097,Florida - 1,

Calluna vulgaris Poland - 40700,

Camellia reticulata China - 8097, 37549,

Cannabis sativa China - 8097,

Capsicum annuum China - 8097,Greece - 8187,Italy, Sicily - 45968,

Capsicum annuum var. annuum (Wilt.) Canada - 8376,Florida - 1,

Capsicum frutescens (Wilt.) California - 94,Colorado - 94,Connecticut - 94,Florida - 1,New York - 94,Texas - 94,

Carex acutiformis Poland - 44009,

Carthamus tinctorius (Wilt.) Arizona - 3008,California - 3008,Mexico - 7848,Montana - 3008,North Dakota - 3008,Nebraska - 3008, 13027,

Castanea sativa (Wilt.) Connecticut - 2979,Germany - 6767,

Catalpa bignonioides (Wilt.) Illinois - 94,New Jersey - 94,New York - 94,

Catalpa sp. California - 53,Canada - 7870,Utah - 88,

Catalpa speciosa (Wilt.) Canada - 8376,Illinois - 94, 1115, 2909,Kansas - 1284, 2909,New Jersey - 94,New York - 94,

Ceanothus integerrimus (Wilt.) California - 2518,

Centaurea cyanus (Wilt.) Mexico - 7848,New York - 94,

Ceratonia siliqua (Wilt.) California - 94,

Cercis canadensis (Wilt.) Illinois - 1115,Kansas - 1284, 2909,Virginia - 1421,

Cercis siliquastrum Greece - 8187,Italy - 6767,

Chenopodium album New Zealand - 6224,

Chrysanthemum frutescens (Wilt.) New Jersey - 94,

Chrysanthemum leucanthemum Oregon - 44,

Chrysanthemum sp. Brazil - 34636,United Kingdom - 32510,Wales - 32163,

Chrysanthemum ×morifolium Canada - 8376,Florida - 1,Illinois - 94,Indiana - 94,Korea - 27350, 39503,Massachusetts - 94,Maryland - 94,Michigan - 94,Minnesota - 94,North Carolina - 282,New Jersey - 94,New York - 94,Ohio - 94,Pennsylvania - 94,Washington - 44, 94,

Cicer arietinum California - 1329,India - 44903,Tunisia - 16357,

Cinnamomum camphora California - 53,

Cistus purpureus California - 53,

Citrullus lanatus Florida - 1,

Citrullus vulgaris California - 94,New Hampshire - 94,Oregon - 94,

Cladrastis lutea (Wilt.) Illinois - 94, 2909,

Clarkia elegans (Wilt.) California - 94,

Coreopsis lanceolata (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Cotinus coggygria (Wilt.) Connecticut - 94,Illinois - 94, 1115, 2909,North Carolina - 282,Nebraska - 94,New Jersey - 94,New York - 94,Ohio - 1235, 2909,Rhode Island - 2909,

Cotinus sp. Canada - 8376,

Cucumis melo (Wilt.) California - 94, 1004,Canada - 7870,El Salvador - 23749,Florida - 1,Greece - 8187,Mexico - 7848,New Zealand - 6224,Oregon - 44, 94,Washington - 44,

Cucumis sativus (Wilt.) California - 2100,Canada - 8376,Florida - 1,Greece - 8187, 37190,Maine - 94,New Zealand - 6224,Ohio - 94,Oregon - 44, 94,Scotland - 8300,South Africa - 34234,Washington - 44, 94,Wisconsin - 94,

Cucurbita maxima Canada - 7870,Florida - 1,Oregon - 94,

Cucurbita sp. Brazil - 34636,

Cynara scolymus Greece - 8187,Italy - 52966,New Zealand - 6224,

Dahlia pinnata China - 8097,

Dahlia sp. Greece - 8187,Poland - 44009,

Dahlia variabilis (Wilt.) Canada - 7870,China - 39922,Illinois - 94,Michigan - 94,Missouri - 94,New Jersey - 94,Ohio - 94,Texas - 94,

Daphne cneorum (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Datura stramonium China - 8097,

Delphinium ajacis (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Delphinium sp. (Wilt.) Washington - 44, 94,

Dianthus caryophyllus Canada - 8376,

Digitalis purpurea (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Dimorphotheca aurantiaca (Wilt.) Iowa - 94,

Dimorphotheca sp. Iowa - 1824,Maryland - 1824,New York - 1824,

Diospyros texana (Wilt.) Texas - 94,

Diospyros virginiana (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Elaeagnus angustifolia (Wilt.) Canada - 8376,Kansas - 1284, 2909,New Mexico - 1569, 2909,

Erica australis California - 2772,

Erica persoluta California - 2772,

Erigeron sp. (Wilt.) Massachusetts - 94,

Eschscholzia californica (Wilt.) California - 94,

Eucalyptus tereticornis India - 32552,

Fagus sylvatica Poland - 44009,

Fatsia japonica Canada - 8376,

Fragaria ananassa Bulgaria - 43803,

Fragaria chiloensis Oregon - 44,

Fragaria mexicana Mexico - 7848,

Fragaria sp. Brazil - 34636,Poland - 44009,

Fragaria vesca Greece - 8187,

Fragaria ×ananassa California - 94,Canada - 8376,Florida - 1, 2342,New Zealand - 6224,New York - 94,Oregon - 94,Poland - 44009,

Fraxinus americana (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Fraxinus excelsior (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,Poland - 44009,

Fraxinus nigra (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Fraxinus pennsylvanica (Wilt.) Colorado - 94,

Fraxinus pennsylvanica var. pennsylvanica (Wilt.) Colorado - 2783,

Fraxinus pennsylvanica var. subintegerrima (Wilt.) Colorado - 2909,

Fraxinus quadrangulata (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Fremontia californica (Wilt.) California - 94,

Fuchsia hybrida Canada - 8376,

Fuchsia sp. (Wilt.) California - 94,

Gerbera jamesonii California - 2772,Tanzania - 41818,

Glycine max China - 8097,

Gossypium barbadense Cuba - 8050, 53793,

Gossypium herbaceum (Wilt.) China - 8097,Range of host - 94,

Gossypium hirsutum Alabama - 1218,Arkansas - 762, 1218, 1229, 1380, 2612,Arizona - 762, 771, 1218, 1229, 1380,Brazil - 34636,California - 384, 385, 762, 1218, 1229, 1380,Cambodia - 24598,Georgia - 1218,Greece - 8187,Guatemala - 23749,Louisiana - 762, 1218, 1229, 1380, 1704, 2850,Mexico - 7848, 23749,Missouri - 1218,Mississippi - 1, 762, 1188, 1218, 1229, 1380,North Carolina - 1218,Nicaragua - 23749, 45314,New Mexico - 762, 1054, 1218, 1221, 1229, 1380, 1389, 2689,Oklahoma - 762, 1218, 1229, 1380, 2410,South Carolina - 1218,Tennessee - 1218,Texas - 762, 1218, 1229, 1380,

Gossypium sp. (Wilt.) China - 39922,India - 5834,Myanmar - 43057,Southern Africa - 8029,Tennessee - 919,

Gymnocladus dioica (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Hedeoma pulegioides (Wilt.) Florida - 1,

Hedera helix Greece - 8187,

Helianthus annuus Bulgaria - 43803,Canada - 8376, 13027,China - 8097,

Helichrysum bracteatum (Wilt.) California - 94,New Zealand - 6224,

Heliotropium arborescens (Wilt.) Maryland - 94,

Hibiscus cannabinus China - 8097,

Hibiscus esculentus (Wilt.) Eastern states - 94,Florida - 1,Mississippi - 1289,North Carolina - 282,New Mexico - 2689,Puerto Rico - 5824,Range of host - 94,Southern states - 94,Virgin Islands - 5824,Western states - 94,

Humulus lupulus (Wilt.) Bulgaria - 43803,China - 8097,Denmark - 52966,Maine - 94,New Zealand - 6224,Ohio - 94,Oregon - 44, 94, 51732,United Kingdom - 32163, 32510, 44195,Wisconsin - 94,

Hyoscyamus agrestis China - 8097,

Impatiens balsamina (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Ipomoea batatas (Wilt.) California - 94,Mexico - 7848,

Koelreuteria paniculata (Wilt.) Illinois - 1115, 2909,

Koelreuteria sp. Greece - 8187,

Lactuca sativa Canada - 8376, 13027,

Larix decidua Chile - 6791,

Laurocerasus officinalis Ukraine - 42264,

Lens culinaris (Isolated from stems and roots of seedlings.) Northwestern states - 44, 1830,

Liatris pycnostachya (Wilt.) New Jersey - 94,

Liatris scariosa (Wilt.) New Jersey - 94,

Liatris sp. (Wilt.) New Jersey - 94,

Ligustrum amurense (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Linum usitatissimum China - 8097,

Liriodendron tulipifera (Wilt.) Connecticut - 2909,Illinois - 1115, 2909,West Virginia - 2909,

Lonicera japonica Greece - 8187,

Lonicera sp. Canada - 8376,

Lotus corniculatus Canada - 8376,

Lupinus albus Canada - 8376, 13027,

Lupinus angustifolius Poland - 44009,

Lupinus luteus Canada - 13027,

Lupinus sp. Canada - 8376,

Lycopersicon esculentum Australia - 6765,Brazil - 34636,California - 1373, 2772,Cambodia - 24598,China - 8097,Cuba - 8050,District of Columbia - 1813,England - 32163,Florida - 1,Greece - 8187,Hawaii - 1710,Idaho - 44,Italy, Sicily - 45968,Korea - 39503,Kentucky - 1581, 3025,Mexico - 7848,Mississippi - 1289,North Carolina - 282,New Zealand - 6224,New Mexico - 1054,New York - 1409,Oregon - 44,Poland - 44009,Range of host - 94,Scotland - 8300,Washington - 44,

Lycopersicon esculentum f. pyriforme (Wilt.) Range of host - 94,

Lycopersicon esculentum var. cerasiforme (Wilt.) Range of host - 94,

Lycopersicon lycopersicum Canada - 8376,

Magnolia grandiflora (Wilt.) Connecticut - 2979,

Magnolia sp. Illinois - 1115,

Magnolia stellata (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Magnolia ×soulangeana (Wilt.) Indiana - 1752, 2909,

Malus domestica Bulgaria - 43803,

Mangifera indica (Verticillium wilt.) Florida - 1, 144,

Matthiola incana California - 2772, 3312,

Medicago sativa Brazil - 34636,California - 19954, 24632, 30131,Canada - 8376, 13027,Canada, Alberta - 30131,Canada, British Columbia - 30131,Canada, Ontario - 30131,Canada, Quebec - 30131,Canada, Saskatchewan - 30131,England - 32163,France - 30131, 32163, 32510,Germany - 13027,Greece - 8187,Iran - 48067,Japan - 30567,Kansas - 2018,Maryland - 3584, 30131,Minnesota - 2167,New Zealand - 6224,New York - 2030, 30131,Oregon - 1686,Pennsylvania - 30131, 41943,Poland - 44009,Scotland - 8300,United States - 32163, 32510,Washington - 1686, 30131,Wales - 13027, 32163,Wisconsin - 2306,Wyoming - 2336,

Melilotus alba Canada - 8376,

Mentha piperita Canada - 8376,

Mentha spicata (Wilt.) Indiana - 94,Michigan - 94,Washington - 44,

Mentha ×piperita Indiana - 94,Michigan - 94,Oregon - 44, 94, 2616,Washington - 44, 1239,

Momordica charantia Pakistan - 42528,

Musa ×paradisiaca Papua New Guinea - 6682,

Nicotiana tabacum (Verticillium wilt.) China - 8097,New Zealand - 6224,Tennessee - 94,

Nicotiana ×sanderae New Zealand - 6224,

Nyssa sylvatica (Wilt.) Illinois - 1115, 2909,

Olea europaea (Wilt.) Arizona - 3233,California - 2772,Greece - 8187,Italy, Sicily - 45968,

Onobrychis viciifolia Canada - 8376,

Osmanthus ilicifolius (Wilt.) Virginia - 1783,

Paeonia lactiflora (Wilt.) Illinois - 94,Kansas - 94,Maryland - 94,New York - 94,Ohio - 94,

Paeonia officinalis (Wilt.) Illinois - 94,Kansas - 94,Maryland - 94,New York - 94,Ohio - 94,

Paeonia sp. (Wilt.) Kansas - 1284,

Panax quinquefolius (Wilt.) Indiana - 94,Kentucky - 94,Michigan - 94,New Jersey - 94,New York - 94,Ohio - 94,Oregon - 44,Pennsylvania - 94,Tennessee - 94,Wisconsin - 94,

Papaver orientale (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Papaver sp. (Wilt.) Bulgaria - 43803,New York - 94,

Parthenium argentatum (Wilt.) Arizona - 94,California - 94,New Mexico - 94,Texas - 94,

Pelargonium graveolens India - 5834,

Pelargonium sp. Oregon - 44,

Pelargonium ×domesticum (Wilt.) California - 94,

Pelargonium ×hortorum (Wilt.) California - 94,Oregon - 1500, 2573,

Persea americana (Wilt.) Brazil - 34636,Florida - 1, 18250,Mexico - 7848,

Persea borbonia (Wilt.) California - 94,

Phaseolus vulgaris (wilt) Australia - 6801,

Phellodendron amurense (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Philadelphus sp. Canada - 8376,

Phlox carolina (Wilt.) Minnesota - 94,

Phlox drummondii (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Phlox paniculata (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Physalis alkekengi (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Physalis pubescens China - 8097,

Pinus monticola Chile - 6791,

Pinus silvestris Chile - 6791,

Pinus sp. (seedling wilt) Chile - 6220,

Pinus sylvestris Poland - 44009,

Pistacia vera California - 149, 2772,Greece - 8187,

Pittosporum sp. (Wilt.) California - 94,

Polemonium sp. (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Populus alba Poland - 44009,

Populus angulata Poland - 44009,

Populus maximowiczii Poland - 44009,

Populus tremula Germany - 6767,

Populus ×canadensis Poland - 44009,

Portulaca grandiflora (Wilt.) Florida - 1,

Portulaca oleracea (Wilt.) Florida - 1,

Prunus amygdalus California - 94,Chile - 6791,Illinois - 94, 2909,India - 5834,Washington - 44,

Prunus armeniaca Australia - 6801,California - 94,Canada - 8376,Greece - 8187,India - 5834,Utah - 94,Washington - 44, 94,

Prunus avium Bulgaria - 43803,California - 742,India - 5834,Washington - 44,

Prunus cerasus Bulgaria - 43803,Chile - 6791,

Prunus domestica Bulgaria - 43803,California - 94,India - 5834,Washington - 44,

Prunus dulcis Australia - 6801,

Prunus laurocerasus California - 94,

Prunus persica Australia - 6801,Bulgaria - 43803,California - 94,Canada - 8376,Chile - 6791,Greece - 8187,India - 5834,Mexico - 7848,Northeastern states - 94,Oregon - 44, 94,United States - 94,Washington - 44,

Prunus sp. Canada - 8376,

Pseudotsuga menziesii Chile - 6791,

Quercus palustris (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Quercus rubra (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Quercus sp. France - 6767,

Raphanus sativus California - 2772,

Reseda odorata (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Rhaphiolepis indica California - 53,

Rhaphiolepis umbellata var. integerrima California - 53,

Rheum rhaponticum California - 53,

Rhododendron molle (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Rhododendron prunifolium (On roots.) Washington - 44, 823,

Rhododendron sp. (On roots.) Washington - 44, 823,

Rhus aromatica (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,Massachusetts - 94,

Rhus canadensis Iowa - 10325,

Rhus glabra (Wilt.) Iowa - 94, 10325,Illinois - 94, 1115, 2909,Minnesota - 48, 94,

Rhus trilobata (Wilt.) Iowa - 94,

Rhus typhina (Wilt.) Canada - 8376,Iowa - 94, 10325,Illinois - 2909,Minnesota - 48,

Ribes sp. Bulgaria - 43803,

Ricinus communis California - 13027,

Robinia pseudoacacia (Wilt.) Illinois - 94, 2909,Italy - 8051,Netherlands - 8051,

Rosa multiflora Illinois - 1115, 2909,

Rosa sp. Australia - 6801,California - 94, 3242,Canada - 8376,Illinois - 94,New Jersey - 94, 3242,United States - 3996,

Rubus allegheniensis California - 2772,

Rubus idaeus Canada - 8376,China - 8097, 37549,Oregon - 44,

Rubus loganobaccus Washington - 44,

Rubus occidentalis Illinois - 127,Oregon - 44,Washington - 44,

Rubus sp. (Wilt.) California - 94,Canada - 8376,Greece - 8187,Idaho - 44,Northeastern states - 94,New York - 94,Ohio - 94,Oregon - 94,Washington - 44, 94,

Rubus ursinus California - 3367,New Zealand - 6224,Oregon - 44,

Rudbeckia hirta (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Salpiglossis sinuata (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Sambucus sp. (Wilt.) Canada - 8376,Maryland - 94,

Sassafras albidum (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Schinus terebinthifolius (Wilt.) California - 94,

Secale cereale Poland - 44009,

Senecio cruentus (Wilt.) New Jersey - 94,New York - 94,Washington - 44, 94,

Senecio sp. (Wilt.) Washington - 94,

Senecio vulgaris Netherlands - 13027,Oregon - 44,

Senecio ×hybridus Australia - 6801,

Sesamum indicum (Wilt.) Bulgaria - 43803,Korea - 39503,New Mexico - 1259,

Sesamum orientale China - 8097,

Sisymbrium irio New Mexico - 2689,

Solanum carolinense (Wilt.) Maryland - 94,New Jersey - 94,New York - 94,

Solanum elaeagnifolium (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Solanum integrifolium (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Solanum melongena (Wilt.) Brazil - 34636,Canada - 8376,China - 8097, 39922,Florida - 1138, 2690, 2816, 13027,Greece - 8187,Italy - 41054,Italy, Sicily - 45968,Michigan - 13027,North Carolina - 282,Oregon - 44,USSR - 13027,Washington - 44,

Solanum melongena var. esculentum (Wilt.) Canada - 8376,Florida - 1,Range of host - 94,Southern Africa - 8029,Western states - 94,

Solanum nigrum California - 94, 2772,

Solanum rostratum (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Solanum sp. Australia - 38245,

Solanum tuberosum Arkansas - 94,Australia - 6732, 6765, 6801, 53977,Brazil - 34636,Bulgaria - 43803,Canada - 8376,Canada, Prince Edward Island - 30131,Canada, Quebec - 30131,Chile - 6792,China - 8097,Connecticut - 2567,Cuba - 30131,Florida - 1, 94, 1511,Greece - 8187,Hawaii - 1710,Idaho - 44,Indiana - 2860,Italy, Sicily - 45968,Japan - 30567,Korea - 39503,Louisiana - 94,Malawi - 6779,Maine - 30131,Netherlands - 52966,New Zealand - 6224,New Mexico - 962,Northeastern states - 94,Oregon - 44,Papua New Guinea - 6277,Poland - 44009,Scotland - 8300,South Africa - 34234,Southern Africa - 8029,United Kingdom - 45357, 52966,Virginia - 94,Washington - 44,Wales - 32163,Western states - 94,Wisconsin - 45357,Zimbabwe - 8318,

Sophora japonica (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,Italy - 6767,

Spinacia oleracea Korea - 13027,

Syringa oblata China - 8097, 37549,

Syringa sp. Canada - 8376,

Syringa vulgaris Canada - 8376,China - 8097, 37549,

Tagetes sp. (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Tetragonia expansa California - 53,Washington - 44,

Tilia americana (Wilt.) Illinois - 94, 1115, 2909,

Tilia cordata (Wilt.) Germany - 7983,Illinois - 2909,

Tilia tomentosa Germany - 7983,

Tilia ×euchlora Germany - 7983,

Tragopogon porrifolius (Wilt.) New York - 94,

Trifolium hybridum Oregon - 44,

Trifolium pratense Poland - 44009,

Ulmus americana Canada, Manitoba - 289,Illinois - 1115, 2909,Kansas - 1284, 2909,Virginia - 1421,

Ulmus americana cv. Ascendens Illinois - 1115,

Ulmus americana cv. Moline Illinois - 1115,

Ulmus glabra Italy - 7983,

Ulmus parvifolia Illinois - 1115, 2909,

Ulmus procera Connecticut - 94,Illinois - 1115, 2909,Massachusetts - 94,New Jersey - 94,New York - 94,

Ulmus rubra Illinois - 1115, 2909,Pennsylvania - 94,Wisconsin - 94,

Ulmus sp. Germany - 7983,Poland - 44009,

Urtica dioica Scotland - 52966,

Viburnum lantana (Wilt.) Illinois - 1115, 2909,Indiana - 2909,

Viburnum lentago (Wilt.) Oregon - 94,Washington - 94,

Viburnum tinus (Wilt.) Oregon - 44, 94,

Viburnum tomentosum (Wilt.) Indiana - 2909,

Viburnum ×burkwoodii (Wilt.) Illinois - 2909,

Vicia faba China - 8097,

Vicia unguiculata (Wilt.) Florida - 1,

Vigna mungo India - 6730,

Vigna sesquipedalis California - 53,

Vigna sinensis (Wilt.) California - 94,

Vinca major California - 22646,

Vitis vinifera var. vinifera Greece - 8187,

Xanthium commune New Mexico - 2689,

Xylopia sp. Brazil - 34636,

Zingiber officinale Fiji - 45115,

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The Specimens database has 53 records for Verticillium albo-atrum.

Verticillium albo-atrum

Acer palmatum - BPI 414462, BPI 414471

Acer platanoides - BPI 414317, BPI 414457, BPI 414460, BPI 414475, BPI 414476, BPI 414477, BPI 414478, BPI 414480, BPI 414481, BPI 414482, BPI 414496, BPI 414497, BPI 414498, BPI 414502, BPI 414506, BPI 414507, BPI 414519, BPI 414522, BPI 414534

Acer pseudoplatanus - BPI 414308

Acer saccharum - BPI 414470, BPI 414474, BPI 414479, BPI 414499, BPI 414499, BPI 414500, BPI 414500, BPI 414501, BPI 414505, BPI 414508

Acer sp. - BPI 414472, BPI 414473

Ailanthus glandulosa - BPI 414463, BPI 414465

Berberis sp. - BPI 414309

Berberis thunbergii - BPI 414310

Beta maritima - BPI 414311

Coffea arabica - BPI 414312A, BPI 414312B

Cotinus coggygria - BPI 414495

Fraxinus americana - BPI 414509

Gossypium sp. - BPI 414313

Heliotropium sp. - BPI 414314

Medicago sativa - BPI 414315

Nicotiana tabacum - BPI 414316

Prunus mahaleb - BPI 414318

Rubus occidentalis - BPI 414319

Sambucus sp. - BPI 414320

Substrate Undetermined - BPI 414307

Ulmus americana - BPI 414321

Ulmus montana - BPI 414322



U.S. National Fungus Collections. January 22, 2022

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