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Table 2 Morphological comparisons of Calonectria species examined in this study and other phylogenetically closely related species.

From: Calonectria species isolated from Eucalyptus plantations and nurseries in South China

Species Ascospores (L × W)1,2 Ascospores average (L × W)1,2 Ascospores septation Macroconidia (L × W)1,2 Macroconidia average (L × W)1,2 Macroconidia septation Vesicle (Min.–Max.)3 Vesicle shape Reference
Ca. aciculata 4 N/A5 N/A N/A (53−)62–76(−86) × (4.5−)5–6(−7)6 69 × 5.5 3 (2−)2.5–3.5(−5) acicular to clavate This study
Ca. honghensis (35−)43–55(−65) × (4.5−)5.5–6.5(−7.5) 49 × 6 3 (43−)49–59(−66) × (4.5−)5–5.5(−6) 54 × 5.5 3 (2.5−)3–4.5(−5.5) clavate This study
Ca. colhounii (30−)50–65(−75) × (4−)5–6(−8) 55 × 6 (1−)3 (45−)60-70(−80) × (4−)5–(−6) 65 × 5 (1−)3 3–4 clavate Crous (2002)
Ca. monticola N/A N/A N/A 46–51(−56) × 4–6(−7) 49 × 5 3 4–6 broadly clavate Crous et al. (2015b)
Ca. lantauensis N/A N/A N/A (49−)52–58(−62) × (4.5−)5–5.5(−6) 55 × 5 1 (7.5−)8.5–12.5(−17.5) sphaeropedunculate This study
Ca. curvispora N/A N/A N/A (45−)55–65(−70) × (4−)5–6 60 × 5 1(−3) (5−)8(−10) sphaeropedunculate Crous (2002)
Ca. ilicicola (30−)37–50(−65) × (4−)5–6.5(−7) 45 × 6 1(−3) (45−)70–82(−90) × (4−)5–6.5(−7) 62 × 6 (1−)3 (6−)7–10(−12) sphaeropedunculate Crous (2002)
Ca. pacifica N/A N/A N/A (38−)45–65(−75) × 4–5 55 × 4.5 1 7–15 sphaeropedunculate Crous (2002)
Ca. sumatrensis N/A N/A N/A (45−)55–65(−70) × (4.5)5(−6) 58 × 5 1 8–13 sphaeropedunculate Crous et al. (2004)
Ca. pseudoturangicola (24−)27–35(−43) × (4.5−)5.5–7.5(−9.5) 31 × 6.5 1(−3) (33−)36–44(−50) × (2.5−)3.5–4 40 × 3.5 1 (4.5−)5–8.5(−12) sphaeropedunculate This study
Ca. hongkongensis (25−)28–35(−40) × (4−)5–6(−7) 31 × 6 1 (38−)45–48(−53) × 4(−4.5) 46.5 × 4 1 8–14 sphaeropedunculate Crous et al. (2004)
Ca. turangicola N/A N/A N/A (40−)42–46(−47) × 3–5 44 × 4 1 8–12 sphaeropedunculate Lombard et al. (2015)
Ca. pseudoyunnanensis N/A N/A N/A (40−)44–50(−55) × (4−)4.5–5.5(−6) 47.5 × 5 1 (2.5−)3.5–5 ellipsoidal, obpyriform to sphaeropedunculate This study
Ca. yunnanensis (28−)31–41(−55) × (5−)5.5–6.5(−8) 36 × 6 1(−3) (36−)39–47(−52) × (4−)4.5–5(−5.5) 43 × 4.5 1 (2−)2.5–3.5(−4.5) sphaeropedunculate This study
Ca. asiatica (28−)30–38(−40) × (5−)6(−7) 33 × 6 1 (42−)48–55(−65) × (4−)5(−5.5) 53 × 5 1 12–17 sphaeropedunculate Crous et al. (2004)
Ca. colombiensis (28−)30–35(−40) × (4−)5(−6) 33 × 5 1 (33−)48–58(−60) × (4−)4.5(−5) 53 × 4.5 1(−3) 7–12 sphaeropedunculate Crous et al. (2004)
  1. 1 All measurements are in µm.
  2. 2 L × W = length × width.
  3. 3 Min.–Max. = minimum−maximum.
  4. 4 Species indicated in bold are described in this study.
  5. 5 N/A = not available.
  6. 6 Measurements are presented in the format [(minimum−) (average − standard deviation)−(average + standard deviation) (−maximum)].