EPPO Global Database

Phyllosticta citricarpa(GUIGCI)

Hosts

Categories have been assigned by the EPPO Secretariat on the basis of available data at the time of entry. They correspond to an evaluation of the biological importance of the host plant for the pest concerned, together with the economic importance of this plant for the EPPO region. These categories do not reflect the complexity of the associations that may exist between a host plant and a pest, nor result from exhaustive literature reviews. Further explanation of categories is available in the guide.
Organism Type
Citrus limon (CIDLI) Major
* Aguilar-Vildoso C, Baldini J, Feichtenberger E, de Goes A, Spósito M (2002). [Technical manual with procedures for Citrus Black Spot]. Brasilia, Ministério da Agricultura, Pecuária e Abastecimiento, Departamento de Defesa e Inspeção Vegetal. Projeto CEMERCOSUL ALA 93/143. 59 pp. (in Portuguese).

* Glienke C, Pereira OL, Stringari D, Fabris J, Kava-Cordeiro V, Galli-Terasawa L, Cunnington J, Shivas RG, Groenewald JZ, Crous PW (2011) Endophytic and pathogenic Phyllosticta species, with reference to those associated with Citrus Black Spot. Persoonia 26, 47.

* Kiely TB (1949) Black spot of citrus in New South Wales coastal orchards. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 60, 17-20.

* Kotzé JM (2000) Black spot. In LW Timmer, SM Garnsey & JH Graham, eds. Compendium of Citrus Diseases, 2nd edn, pp. 23–25. Saint Paul, MN, USA, APS Press. 128 pp.

* Kotzé JM (1981) Epidemiology and control of citrus black spot in South Africa. Plant Disease Reporter 65, 945-950.
Citrus sinensis (CIDSI) Major
* Benson AH (1895. Black spot of the orange. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 6, 249.

* Kiely TB (1949) Black spot of citrus in New South Wales coastal orchards. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 60, 17-20.

* Glienke C, Pereira OL, Stringari D, Fabris J, Kava-Cordeiro V, Galli-Terasawa L, Cunnington J, Shivas RG, Groenewald JZ, Crous PW (2011) Endophytic and pathogenic Phyllosticta species, with reference to those associated with Citrus Black Spot. Persoonia 26, 47.

* Wager VA (1952) The black spot disease of citrus in South Africa. Science Bulletin, Department of Agriculture, Union of South Africa No. 303, 1-52.
Citroncirus webberi (CJCWE) Minor
* Tran NT, Miles AK, Smith MW, Dietzgen RG, Drenth A (2018) Pathogenicity of Phyllosticta citricarpa ascospores on Citrus spp. Plant Disease 102, 1386-1393.
------- Ascospores can directly infect and cause disease on leaves of citrange Troyer seedlings.
Citrus aurantiifolia (CIDAF) Minor
* Brodrick HT (1969) Physiological studies with Guignardia citricarpa Kiely. DSc.Thesis, University of Pretoria, Pretoria.
Citrus aurantium (CIDAU) Minor
* Glienke C, Pereira OL, Stringari D, Fabris J, Kava-Cordeiro V, Galli-Terasawa L, Cunnington J, Shivas RG, Groenewald JZ, Crous PW (2011) Endophytic and pathogenic Phyllosticta species, with reference to those associated with Citrus Black Spot. Persoonia 26, 47.
Citrus maxima (CIDGR) Minor
* Brodrick HT (1969) Physiological studies with Guignardia citricarpa Kiely. DSc.Thesis, University of Pretoria, Pretoria.

* Glienke C, Pereira OL, Stringari D, Fabris J, Kava-Cordeiro V, Galli-Terasawa L, Cunnington J, Shivas RG, Groenewald JZ, Crous PW (2011) Endophytic and pathogenic Phyllosticta species, with reference to those associated with Citrus Black Spot. Persoonia 26, 47.

* Kiely TB (1949) Preliminary studies on Guignardia citricarpa n.sp.: the ascigenous stage of Phoma citricarpa McAlp. and its relation to black spot of citrus. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 73, 249-292.

* Kiely TB (1970) Black Spot of Citrus. The Fruit and World Market Grower February, 57- 60.
Citrus medica (CIDME) Minor
* Brodrick HT (1969) Physiological studies with Guignardia citricarpa Kiely. DSc.Thesis, University of Pretoria, Pretoria.

* Kiely TB (1949) Preliminary studies on Guignardia citricarpa n.sp.: the ascigenous stage of Phoma citricarpa McAlp. and its relation to black spot of citrus. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 73, 249-292.

* Kiely TB (1970) Black Spot of Citrus. The Fruit and World Market Grower February, 57- 60.
Citrus paradisi (CIDPA) Minor
* Brodrick HT (1969) Physiological studies with Guignardia citricarpa Kiely. DSc.Thesis, University of Pretoria, Pretoria.
Citrus reticulata (CIDRE) Minor
* Brodrick HT (1969) Physiological studies with Guignardia citricarpa Kiely. DSc.Thesis, University of Pretoria, Pretoria.

* Glienke C, Pereira OL, Stringari D, Fabris J, Kava-Cordeiro V, Galli-Terasawa L, Cunnington J, Shivas RG, Groenewald JZ, Crous PW (2011) Endophytic and pathogenic Phyllosticta species, with reference to those associated with Citrus Black Spot. Persoonia 26, 47.

* Kiely TB (1949) Preliminary studies on Guignardia citricarpa n.sp.: the ascigenous stage of Phoma citricarpa McAlp. and its relation to black spot of citrus. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 73, 249-292.

* Kiely TB (1970) Black Spot of Citrus. The Fruit and World Market Grower February, 57- 60.
Citrus tankan (CIDTK) Minor
 * Lee YS (1969) [Pathogenicity of different isolates of Guignardia citricarpa Kiely from various sources to Ponkan fruit]. Journal of Taiwan Agricultural Research 18, 45-50 (in Chinese).
Citrus x limonia (CIDLO) Minor
* Glienke C, Pereira OL, Stringari D, Fabris J, Kava-Cordeiro V, Galli-Terasawa L, Cunnington J, Shivas RG, Groenewald JZ, Crous PW (2011) Endophytic and pathogenic Phyllosticta species, with reference to those associated with Citrus Black Spot. Persoonia 26, 47.
----- Isolates from Brazil (Parana), on leaves.
Citrus x nobilis (CIDNO) Minor
* Tran NT, Miles AK, Smith MW, Dietzgen RG, Drenth A (2018) Pathogenicity of Phyllosticta citricarpa ascospores on Citrus spp. Plant Disease 102, 1386-1393.
------- Ascospores can directly infect and cause disease of Murcott fruit.
Fortunella (1FOLG) Minor
* Kiely T (1948) Guignardia citricarpa n.sp. and its relationship to the black spot disease of citrus in coastal orchards of New South Wales. Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science 14, 81-83.
------- Recorded in Australia as moderately suceptible but no further experimental information is available.
Citrus (1CIDG) Unclassified