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Abstract

Two lists of phytopathogenic species are presented. The first list comprises 80 names of species that have been validly published and for which cultures are available. It is proposed that these names be retained until a comprehensive rational classification is produced for this group. The second list contains more than 140 names which it is proposed should be rejected on grounds of illegitimacy, synonymy, lack of authentic cultures, or inappropriate classification.

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