The representative isolates of each Calonectria species identified by DNA sequence comparisons were selected for morphological description. The size of macroconidia and width of vesicles are the most typical asexual characteristics used for morphological comparison in Calonectria [19,29,33]. The asexual structures of selected Calonectria isolates were induced in synthetic nutrient-poor agar (SNA) [37] following the method described by Liu and Chen [33]. Fifty measurements of macroconidia and vesicles were made for the selected isolates.

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