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Table 2 Diaporthe species associated with citrus and their morphological characteristics.

From: Emerging citrus diseases in Europe caused by species of Diaporthe

Species Conidiomata (µm) Conidiophores (µm) Alpha conidia (µm) Beta conidia (µm) References
D. arecae up to 400 15–40 × 1.5–3 6–10 × 2–3 - Gomes et al. (2013)
D. baccae up to 650 20–57 × 2–3 7–9 × 2–3 20–24 × 1–2 Lombard et al. (2014)
D. biconispora 145–185 12–35.5 × 1.6–2.6 6–10.5 × 2–3.5 - Huang et al. (2015)
D. biguttulata up to 300 5.8–16.9 × 1.3–2.3 5.7–7.8 × 2.5–2.9 23.7–31.6 × 0.9–1.6 Huang et al. (2015)
D. citri 200–250 10–15 × 1–2 7.6–10.2 × 3–4.2 - Udayanga et al. (2014b)
D. citriasiana up to 627 3.5–10.5 × 1–2 10.5–15 × 4–6.5 24–42 × 1–2 Huang et al. (2013)
D. citrichinensis up to 435 9–19.5 × 1.5–3 5.5–9 × 1.5–2.5 27.5–40 × 1–1.5 Huang et al. (2013)
D. cytosporella 150–200 7–18 × 1–2 8–9 × 2.6–3.2 - Udayanga et al. (2014b)
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. endophytica (sterile) - - - - Gomes et al. (2013)
D. eres 200–250 10–15 × 2–3 6.5–8.5 × 3–4 22–28 × 1–1.5 Udayanga et al. (2014a)
D. foeniculina 400–700 9–15(−18) × 1–2 8.5–9 × 2.3–2.5 22–28 × 1.4–1.6 Udayanga et al. (2014b)
D. hongkongensis up to 200 5–12 × 2–4 6–7 × 2.5 18–22 × 1.5–2 Gomes et al. (2013)
D. infertilis (sterile) - - - - This study
D. limonicola up to 670 5–20 × 1.5–4 5.5–8.5 × 1.5–2.5 15–26.5 × 1–2 This study
D. melitensis up to 650 5–15 × 1.5–5.5 4.5–7 × 1.5–3 - This study
D. multigutullata up to 358 9.8–14.8 × 1.3–3.6 8–12.6 × 4.2–6 - Huang et al. (2015)
D. novem up to 580 5.3–10.4 × 1.9–3.2 6.3–8.9 × 1.9–2.5 26.4–37.7 × 1–1.3 Santos et al. (2011)
D. ovalispora up to 242 9.5–21.6 × 1.6–3.6 6.1–7.9 × 2.7–3.8 - Huang et al. (2015)
D. sojae 200–250 12–16 × 2–4 5.3–7.3 × 2–3 - Udayanga et al. (2015)
D. subclavata - 14.2–27.3 × 1.6–2.6 5.5–7.2 × 2.2–2.9 - Huang et al. (2015)
D. unshiuensis up to 152 14.3–24.2 × 1.4–2.6 5.2–7.5 × 2–3.9 - Huang et al. (2015)