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Table 2 Current status list of Australian ophiostomatoid fungi associated with Pinus

From: Ophiostomatoid fungi associated with pine bark beetles and infested pines in south-eastern Australia, including Graphilbum ipis-grandicollis sp. nov.

Genus Species/taxon recorded State/s Verified GenBank accession References
Ophiostomatales
Ceratocystiopsis Ceratocystiopsis sp.a NSW + Table 1 Stone and Simpson (1987, 1990), Current study
  Ceratocystiopsis minuta NSW NA Stone and Simpson (1990)
Graphilbumb Pesotum aff. fragrans SA + DQ062977 Harrington et al. (2001); Thwaites et al. (2005)
  Graphilbum fragrans NSW + Table 1 Carnegie et al. (2019), Current study
  Graphilbum ipis-grandicollis, sp. nov. NSW + Table 1 Current study
  Graphilbum cf. rectangulosporium NSW + Table 1 Current study
Ophiostoma Ophiostoma pilifera VIC   Eckersley (1934), Rawlings (1960)
  Ophiostoma ips NSW, QLD, SA, VIC + Table 1 Vaartaja 1967, Zhou et al. 2007, Carnegie et al. 2019, Current study
  Ophiostoma floccosum SA NA Harrington et al. (2001)
  Ophiostoma quercus SA NA Harrington et al. (2001)
  Ophiostoma angusticollis NSW + Table 1 Carnegie et al. (2019), Current study
  Ophiostoma pallidulum NSW, TAS + Table 1 Carnegie et al. (2019) Current study
  Ophiostoma fasciatum NSW + Table 1 Current study
Leptographium s.l Grosmannia huntii NSW, VIC, TAS + Table 1 Jacobs et al. (1998), Carnegie et al. (2019), Current study
  Leptographium sp.c TAS NA Griggs, J.A. thesis (1998)
  Grosmannia radiaticola SA, TAS + Table 1 Current study
Raffaelea Raffaelea deltoideospora NSW + Table 1 Current study
Sporothrix Sporothrix pseudoabietina NSW, VIC + Table 1 Carnegie et al. (2019), Current study
  Sporothrix euskadiensis NSW + Table 1 Current study
  Sporothrix cf. nigrograna NSW + Table 1 Current study
Microascales
Graphiumd Graphium sp. NSW + Table 1 Vaartaja (1967)
  1. Species identified in the current study are presented in bold, and their accession details can be found in Table 1
  2. aWe speculate that the taxon reported as Ceratocystiopsis sp. by Stone and Simpson (1987, 1990) is likely the same taxon recorded in the current study. Refer to discussion for more information
  3. bStone and Simpson (1990) reported a Graphilbum sp. associated with Ips grandicollis in NSW. This taxon could refer to any of the four taxa currently confirmed using molecular data
  4. cGriggs, J.A. recorded Leptographium lundbergii in association with Hylastes ater infesting P. radiata in TAS. This ID has not been verified molecularly and should be treated with caution considering the taxonomic re-evaluation of L. lundbergii by Jacobs et al. (1998)
  5. dVaartaja (1967) identified several species of Graphium. This descriptor is somewhat ambiguous and could refer to species in both the Ophiostomatales and Microascales