Subplenodomus violicola (P. Syd.) Gruyter et al., in Gruyter et al., Stud. Mycol. 75: 23 (2012)

            ≡ Phoma violicola P. Syd., Hedwigia 38(Beibl.): (137) (1899)

Parasitic on leaves in terrestrial habitats.Sexual morph: undetermined. Asexual morph: Conidiomata125–250 μm wide, pycnidial, globose to papillate, or with an elongated neck, solitary or aggregated, thin-walled, pseudoparenchymatous, unilocular, ostiolate. Ostiole consists of elongated neck, often covered with hypae. Conidiogenous cells5–11 μm wide, phialidic, ampulliform to doliiform. Conidia9–10 × 2–3 μm, hyaline, aseptate, ellipsoid to cylindrical, with two conspicuous guttules (from Boerema 1993).

Fig.Subplenodomus violicola(Redrawn from Phoma violicolain Boerema 1993, Fig 6B).a. Immature and mature conidiomata. b. Conidia. Scale bars: a, b = 10 µm.