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Table 1 The described Phaeoacremonium (and Togninia sexual morphs) species known from soil and host plants other than Vitis vinifera, and their worldwide distribution. * = epithets not yet transferred to Phaeoacremonium.

From: New Phaeoacremonium species isolated from sandalwood trees in Western Australia

Phaeoacremonium species Host/Substrate Country and Reference
P. aleophilum (T. minima) Actinidia chinensis Italy (Crous & Gams 2000)
  Malus domestica Iran (Arzanlou et al. 2014); South Africa (Cloete et al. 2011)
  Olea europea Italy (Crous & Gams 2000); USA (Úrbez-Torres et al. 2013)
  Phoenix dactylifera Iran (Mohammadi 2014)
  Prunus armeniaca Iran (Arzanlou et al. 2014); South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
  Prunus persica South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
  Prunus salicina South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
  Prunus pennsylvanica USA (Hausner et al. 1992)
  Pyrus communis South Africa (Cloete et al. 2011)
  Salix sp. USA (Hausner et al. 1992)
  Soil Spain (Agustí-Brisach et al. 2013); USA (Rooney et al. 2001)
P. alvesii Dodonaea viscosa Australia (Mostert et al. 2005)
  Olea europea Italy (Nigro et al. 2013)
P. amygdalinum Prunus dulcis Spain (Gramaje et al. 2012)
P. argentinense (T. argentinensis) Soil Argentina (Crous & Gams, 2000)
P. australiense Prunus salicina South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
P. fuscum Prunus salicina South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
P. griseorubrum Prunus salicina South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
P. inflatipes Hypoxylon truncatum USA (Mostert et al. 2005)
  Nectandra sp Costa Rica (Groenewald et al. 2001)
  Quercus virginiana USA (Groenewald et al. 2001)
  Soil USA (Rooney et al. 2001)
P. iranianum Actinidia chinensis Italy (Mostert et al. 2006)
  Malus domestica Iran (Arzanlou et al. 2013)
  Prunus armeniaca South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
  Prunus dulcis Spain (Gramaje et al. 2012)
  Pyrus communis South Africa (Cloete et al. 2011)
P. mortoniae (T. fraxinopennsylvanica) Actinidia chinensis Italy (Prodi et al. 2008)
  Fraxinus excelsior Sweden (Groenewald et al. 2001)
  Fraxinus latifolia USA (Eskalen et al. 2005)
  Fraxinus pennsylvanica USA (Hausner et al. 1992)
  Prunus salicina South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
  Pyrus communis South Africa (Cloete et al. 2011)
  Quercus agrifolia USA (Lynch et al. 2013)
P. novae-zealandiae (T. novae-zealandiae) Cupressus macrocarpa New Zealand (Hausner et al. 1992)
  Pinus radiata New Zealand (Hausner et al. 1992)
P. parasiticum (T. parasitica) Actinidia chinensis Italy (Di Marco et al. 2004)
  Aquilaria agallocha n.d. (Mostert et al. 2006)
  Cupressus sp. n.d. (Mostert et al. 2006)
  Nectandra sp. Costa Rica (Hawksworth et al. 1976)
  Olea europea Italy (Nigro et al. 2013)
  Phoenix dactylifera Iran (Mohammadi 2014); Iraq (Hawksworth et al. 1976)
  Prunus armeniaca South Africa (Damm et al. 2008); Tunisia (Hawksworth et al. 1976)
  Prunus avium Greece (Rumbos 1986)
  Quercus virginiana USA (Halliwell 1966)
  Soil Tahiti (Dupont et al. 2002); Spain (Agustí-Brisach et al. 2013)
P. pallidum Prunus armeniaca South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
P. pruniculum Prunus salicina South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
P. rubrigenum (T. rubrigena) Dactylis glomerata Spain (Sánchez-Márquez et al. 2007)
  Olea europea Italy (Nigro et al. 2013)
P. scolyti Prunus armeniaca South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
  Prunus persica South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
  Prunus persica var. nucipersica South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
  Prunus salicina South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
P. subulatum Prunus armeniaca South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
P. theobromatis Theobroma gileri Equador (Mostert et al. 2006)
P. venezuelense Prunus armeniaca Spain (Olmo et al. 2014)
P. viticola (T. viticola) Actinidia chinensis France (Hennion et al. 2001)
  Prunus armeniaca South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
  Prunus salicina South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
  Pyrus communis South Africa (Cloete et al. 2011)
  Sorbus intermedia Germany (Mostert et al. 2006)
T. africana * Prunus armeniaca South Africa (Damm et al. 2008)
T. griseo-olivacea * Prunus armeniaca South Africa (Damm et al. 208)
T. vibratilis * Fagus sylvatica France and Hungary (Réblová & Mostert 2007)
  Prunus padus Sweden (Réblová & Mostert 2007)
  Sorbus sp. Italy (Réblová & Mostert 2007)
  1. n.d. = no data.