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  • 1 Slovak Academy of Sciences Branch of Woody Plants Biology, Institute of Forest Ecology Akademická 2 SK-94901 Nitra Slovakia
  • | 2 Slovak Agricultural Research Centre Research Institute of Plant Production Bratislavská cesta 122 SK-92168 Piešt’any Slovakia
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This is the first record of Erysiphe platani on London plane (Platanus × hispanica) trees in Hungary. Photographic documentation and description of the morphology of both the anamorph and the teleomorph stages of this fungus are provided in this paper.

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