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distribution and phenology of dasineura oxycoccana (diptera: cecidomyiidae) in michigan blueberries.the blueberry gall midge, dasineura oxycoccana johnson, is a serious pest of rabbiteye blueberries in florida, georgia, and mississippi, and a potential pest of southern and northern highbush blueberries. its damage has been observed with increasing frequency in highbush blueberry plantings in the great lakes region, including in wisconsin and in michigan. unlike in rabbiteye blueberry plantings, where blueberry gall midge primarily damages flowering buds, it is found to damage only the vegetati ...201222732602
exobasidium maculosum, a new species causing leaf and fruit spots on blueberry in the southeastern usa and its relationship with other exobasidium spp. parasitic to blueberry and cranberry.exobasidium leaf and fruit spot of blueberry (vaccinium section cyanococcus) is an emerging disease that has rapidly increased in prevalence throughout the southeastern usa. to determine whether this disease is caused by a new species of exobasidium, we studied the morphology and phylogenetic relationship of the causal fungus compared with other members of the genus, including the type species e. vaccinii and other species that parasitize blueberry and cranberry (v. macrocarpon). both scanning e ...201624871592
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