Phytophthora × species

Name and publication

Phytophthora heterohybrida T. Jung, M. Horta Jung, Scanu & Bakonyi (2017)

Jung T., Jung M.H., Scanu B., Seress D., Kovács G.M., Maia C., Pérez-Sierra A., Chang T.-T., Chandelier A., Heungens K., van Poucke K., Abad-Campos P., Léon M., Cacciola S.O., Bakonyi J.. 2017 Six new Phytophthora species from ITS Clade 7a including two sexually functional heterothallic hybrid species detected in natural ecosystems in Taiwan. Persoonia 38: 100-135.

Corresponding author: trjung@ualg.pt, thomas.jung@mendelu.cz

Nomenclature

from Jung et al. (2017)

Mycobank

MB816572

Etymology

Name refers to the heterothallic breeding system and the hybrid origin.

Typification

Type: Taiwan, Fushan, isolated from a tributary of Hapen River, T. Jung, 2013 (CBS H-22549 holotype, dried culture on V8A, Herbarium CBS-KNAW, Fungal Biodiversity Centre

Ex-type: CBS 141207 = TW30 

Sequences for ex-type in original manuscript: ITS rDNA KU517151, cox1 KU517145

Hosts and distribution

Distribution: Asia (Taiwan)
Substrate: isolated from river water

Retrieved February 01, 2018 from U.S. National Fungus Collections Nomenclature Database.

 

NAME AND PUBLICATION

Phytophthora x incrassata T. Jung, M. Horta Jung, Scanu & Bakonyi (2017)

Jung T., Jung M.H., Scanu B., Seress D., Kovács G.M., Maia C., Pérez-Sierra A., Chang T.-T., Chandelier A., Heungens K., van Poucke K., Abad-Campos P., Léon M., Cacciola S.O., Bakonyi J.. 2017 Six new Phytophthora species from ITS Clade 7a including two sexually functional heterothallic hybrid species detected in natural ecosystems in Taiwan. Persoonia 38: 100-135.

Corresponding author: trjung@ualg.pt, thomas.jung@mendelu.cz

Nomenclature

from Jung et al. (2017)

Mycobank

MB816573

Etymology

Name refers to the thickened oogonial walls (incrassata Lat = thickened, dilated).

Typification

Type: Typus. Taiwan, Fushan, isolated from a tributary of Hapen River, T. Jung, 2013 (CBS H-22554 holotype, dried culture on V8A, Herbarium CBS-KNAW Fungal Biodiversity Centre. 

Ex-type: CBS 141209 = TW269

Sequences for ex-type in original manuscript: ITS rDNA KU517156, cox1 KU517150

Hosts and distribution

Distribution: Asia (Taiwan)
Substrate: isolated from river water

Retrieved February 01, 2018 from U.S. National Fungus Collections Nomenclature Database.

 

NAME AND PUBLICATION

Phytophthora X pelgrandis W.F. Gerlach, Nirenberg & Gräfenhan (2009)

P. pelgrandis Man in 't Veld W.A., Rosendahl K.C.H.M., Hong C. 2012. Phytophthora X serendipita sp. nov. and P. pelgrandis, two destructive pathogens generated by natural hybridization. Mycologia 104:1390-1396.

Nomenclature

from Man in 't Veld et al. (2012)

Mycobank

MB507949

Etymology

The epithet is derived from the name of its host, Pelargonium grandiflorum.

Typification

Type: GERMANY, collected from Pelargonium grandiflorum hort. in Berlin, by Nirenberg, HI in 2001. i CBS 123385 and CBS100421

Ex-type: CBS 123385 = BBA 71729

NOTE: Nom. inval., Arts 40.1, 40.2, 40.3 (Melbourne) according to Index Fungorum.

Phytophthora × pelgrandis

 

Name and publication

Phytophthora x serendipita Man in ’t Veld & K. Rosendahl (2012).

Man in 't Veld W.A., Rosendahl K.C.H.M., Hong C. 2012. Phytophthoraserendipita sp. nov. and P. X pelgrandis,
two destructive pathogens generated by natural hybridization. Mycologia 104:1390-1396.

Phytophthora hedraiandra x cactorum Man in ’t Veld, de Cock, Summerbell Eur. J. Plant Pathol. 117:32
(2007). Holotype not indicated. Nom. inval., Arts 36.1, 37.1, 37.2, 37.3.

Nomenclature

from Man in 't Veld et al. (2012)

Mycobank

MB560686

Etymology

Serendipity, making an unexpected discovery by coincidence and sagacity.

Typification

Type: THE NETHERLANDS, from stem-base rot of Idesia polycarpa, isolated by Wil Veenbaas, Boskoop 1995 (CBS100427, dried culture).

Ex-type: CBS100427 (= PD95/5111)

Isotypes: CBS112274 ex Penstemon, CBS113348
ex Rhododendron (Man in 't Veld et al. 2007). ???

Hosts and distribution

Distribution: Netherlands
Substrate: stem
Disease note: basal rot
Host: Idesia (Flacourtiaceae)

Retrieved from U.S. National Fungus Collections Nomenclature Database

 

Name and publication

Phytophthora x stagnum X. Yang & C. X. Hong

Yang X., Richardson P.A, Hong C.X. 2014. Phytophthora × stagnum nothosp. nov., a new hybrid from irrigation reservoirs at ornamental plant nurseries in Virginia. PloS ONE. 9 (7):1-8

Nomenclature

from Yang et al. 2014

Mycobank

MB897978

Etymology

‘stagnum’ refers to the irrigation reservoirs where this novel hybrid species was recovered.

Typification

Type: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 
recovered from an irrigation runoff reservoir, Virginia, January, 2007 ATCC MYA-4926. 

Ex-type: 43F3.

Sequences for ex-type in original manuscript:

Phytophthora x stagnum 43 F3: ITS rDNA KJ705084, KJ705085, KJ705086. Cox 1: KC631619. B-tubulin KJ883155.  

Hosts and distribution

N/A

Retrieved from U.S. National Fungus Collections Nomenclature Database

Fact sheet author:

Z. Gloria Abad, Ph.D. USDA-APHIS-PPQ-S&T Beltsville Laboratory – United States of America