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----- Inoculations studies concluded that C. dentata is not a host.
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------- 5 species of the femorata complex (at the time) considered together. Mentions that some of the records may refer to other species in the complex. Publication pre-dates Wellso & Manley, 2007.
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------- uncertain host (records may relate to other species in the femorata complex)
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------- covers several species of the femorata complex together
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------- As Castanea americana.
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