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A Taphrina on Potentilla erecta new in Slovakia

  • Kamila Bacigálová EMAIL logo , Jana Petrýdesová , Wiesław Mułenko and Monika Kozłowska
From the journal Biologia


A species of Taphrina was collected on Potentilla erecta in Slovakia for the first time. It causes yellowish thickening of stems and leaves. The fungus was identified as Taphrina tormentillae, that is quite common on Potentilla erecta in the north Europe.

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Published Online: 2013-12-20
Published in Print: 2014-2-1

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