Linaldeddu, Benedetto Teodoro and Hasnaoui, F. and Franceschini, Antonio (2009) First report of Botryosphaeria corticola affecting Quercus afares and Q. canariensis in Tunisia. Journal of Plant Pathology, Vol. 91 (1), p. 234. ISSN 1125-4653. Article.
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In Tunisia, oak forests are widespread chiefly in the Northwest regions where they play an important ecological and socio-economical role. In September 2006, cankers and dieback of branches were observed in Quercus afares and Q. canariensis trees in the reserve of Aïn Zena near Aïn Draham (north-west Tunisia). Fungal isolates obtained from twigs and branches showing sunken necrotic bark lesions were identified as Botryosphaeria corticola on the basis of morphological characters as described by Alves et al. (2004).
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