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Table 3 Synoptic characters of Diaporthe spp. referred to in this study.

From: Diaporthe is paraphyletic

Host genera Species Conidiomata (µm) Conidiophores (µm) Alpha conidia (µm) Beta conidia (µm) References
Coffea P. coffeae 200–;250 12–;16 × 2 8–;9 × 2.5 - Uecker (1988)
Camellia D. acutispora 99–;173 10–;34.5 × 2–;3 6.9–;10.4×2.1–;3.1 - This study
  D. amygdali 160–;220 × 120–;300 7.4–;36.3 × 1.5–;3.2 (4.18−)6.27–;6.32(−9.64) × (1.63−)2.36− 2.38(−3.31) - Diogo et al. (2010)
  D. apiculata 74–;195 (−416) 9.0–;12.5 × 1.5–;2.5 6.5–;10 × 2–;3 (20.0−)25.0–;39.0 × 1.0–;1.5 Gao et al. (2016)
  D. compacta 237–;350 6.0–;12.5 × 1.5–;2.5 6–;7.5 × 2–;3 20.0–;24.5 × 1.0–;1.5 Gao et al. (2016)
  D. discoidispora 200 ×118 8.9–;23.4 × 1.3–;2.7 5.6–;8 × 2.1–;3.2 21.2–;38.7 × 0.9–;1.6 Huang et al. (2015)
  D. eres 200–;250 10–;15× 2–;3 (6−)6.5–;8.5(−9) × 3–;4 (18−)22–;28(29) × 1–;1.5 Udayanga et al. (2014b)
  D. foeniculacea 560 × 350 10–;13 × 1.5–;3 (5.4−)6.8–;7(−9) × (2−)2.3–;2.4(−3.1) (16.8−)19.6–;21(−24.2) × (1.1−)1.3− 1.4(−1.7) Phillips (2003)
  D. foeniculina 400–;700 9–;15(−18) × 1−2 (7.5−)8.5–;9(−9.2) × (2−)2.3–;2.5(−2.7) (20−)22–;28(−29) × (1.1−)1.4–;1.6(−2) Udayanga et al. (2014c)
  D. hongkongensis to 200 5–;12 × 2–;4 (5−)6–;7(−8) × (2−)2.5(−3) 18–;22 × 1.5–;2 Gomes et al. (2013)
  D. oraccinii 400 10.5–;22.5 × 1–;2 5.5–;7.5 × 0.5–;2 24.5–;31.0 × 1.0–;1.5 Gao et al. (2016)
  D. penetriteum 176–;486 13–;21.5 (−27) × 1–;2 4.5–;5.5 × 1.5–;2.5 16.5–;27.5 × 1.0–;2.0 Gao et al. (2016)
  D. ueckerae 150–;200 (9−)12–;28(−30) × 1.5–;2.5 (6−)6.4–;8.2(−8.6) × (2−)2.3–;3 - Udayanga et al. (2014a)
  D. xishuangbanica 180–;310 13–;34.5 × 1.5–;3 7–;9.5 × 2.5–;3.5 - This study
  D. yunnanensis 195–;880 - 3–;6.5 × 1–;2.5 13.5–;33.5 ×1–;1.5 This study
  P. acaciicola - - 7–;9 × 3–;3.5 - Diedicke (1911)
  P. theae 40 × 25 - 6–;8 × 1.5–;2 18–;24×0.75 Petch (1925)
Elaeagnus P. arnoldiae 900 × 500 6–;12 × 1–;2 5.5–;11 × 1.5–;2 15–;20 Uecker (1988)
  P. elaeagni 500–;750 20–;25 ×1–;1.5 6–;10 ×2–;3 - Uecker (1988)
  P. elaeagnicola 175–;413 × 83–;185 10.0–;22.5 × 1.5–;2.7 6.0–;7.4 × 1.7–;2.2 19–;43 × 0.7–;1.2 Chang et al. (2005)
  D. elaeagni-glabrae 330–;1170 16–;28 × 1.5–;2.5 6–;13 × 1.5–;3 7.5–;22.5 × 1–;2 This study
  D. incompleta 207–;650 8–;22 × 1–;2.5 - 19–;44× 0.5–;1.5 This study
Neolitsea D. velutina 69–;128 10–;23 × 1–;2.5 5.5–;10 × 2–;2.5 11–;27.5 × 0.5–;1.5 This study
  1. AR, DP, FAU: Isolates in culture collection of Systematic Mycology and Microbiology Laboratory, USDA-ARS, Beltsville, Maryland, USA; BCRC: Bioresource Collection and Research Center, Taiwan; BRIP: Australian plant pathogen culture collection, Queensland, Australia; CBS: Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute, Utrecht, The Netherlands; CFCC: China Forestry Culture Collection Center, China. CGMCC: China General Microbiological Culture Collection; CMW: culture collection (CMW) of the Forestry and Agricultural Biotechnology Institute; CPC: working collection of Pedro Crous maintained at the Westerdijk Institute; LGMF: Culture collection of Laboratory of Genetics of Microorganisms, Federal University of Parana, Curitiba, Brazil; LC: Working collection of Lei Cai, housed at Institute of Microbiology, CAS, China; MFLUCC: Mae Fah Luang University Culture Collection; ZJUD: Zhe Jiang University, China.