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Monilinia fructicola(MONIFC)

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Disease symptoms caused by Monilinia fructicola.

Courtesy: V. Mercier, Avignon (FR).

Disease symptoms caused by Monilinia fructicola.

Courtesy: V. Mercier, Avignon (FR).

Lesions on apricot fruit due to M. fructicola, M. laxa & M. fructigena.Top left-control; top centre-M. laxa; top right-M. fructigena;bottom left-M. fructigena; bottom centre-M. fructicola; bottom right-M.laxa.

Courtesy: University of New South Wales (AU).

Lesions on pear fruit due to M. fructicola, M. laxa & M. fructigena. Top left-control; top centre-M. laxa; top right-M. fructigena; bottom left-M. fructigena; bottom centre-M. fructicola; bottom right-M.laxa.

Courtesy: H.J. Willetts, University of New South Wales (AU).

Cultural characteristics of Monilinia fructicola on PDA (2a) and V8 (2c) media in the dark at 25°C, compared with M. laxa (2b and d, respectively) -

Courtesy: University of New South Wales (AU).

Colonies of M. fructigena (top left), M. laxa (top right), M. fructicola (bottom).

Courtesy: H.J. Willetts - University of New South Wales (AU).

Lesions on plum fruit due to M. fructicola, M. laxa & M. fructigena.Top left-control; top centre-M. laxa; top right-M. fructigena;bottom left-M. fructigena; bottom centre-M. fructicola; bottom right-M.laxa.

Courtesy: University of New South Wales (AU).

Top row: PDA cultures of M. fructicola have concentric rings. Middle row: PDA cultures of M. laxa produce lobed rosettes. Bottom row: PDA colonies of M. fructigena do not produce rosettes and are creamy yellow rather than greyish.

Courtesy: GCM. van Leeuwen,Wageningen (NL)