Phytophthora Web Resources

P. alni
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The Q-bank Fungi database contains DNA sequence (barcodes), morphological, phenotypical and ecological data of more than 250 species that are of relevance to mycological phytopathology.

The Q-bank Fungi database contains DNA sequence (barcodes), morphological, phenotypical and ecological data of more than 250 species that are of relevance to mycological phytopathology.

The Q-bank Fungi database contains DNA sequence (barcodes), morphological, phenotypical and ecological data of more than 250 species that are of relevance to mycological phytopathology.

Invasive Pest Risk Maps

Alder Phytophthora (Phytophthora alni subsp. uniformis) in Alaska

USDA Forest Service Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team Invasive Pest Risk Maps for Phytophthora alni in the United States.

P. austrocedrae
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The Q-bank Fungi database contains DNA sequence (barcodes), morphological, phenotypical and ecological data of more than 250 species that are of relevance to mycological phytopathology.

P. cambivora
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The Q-bank Fungi database contains DNA sequence (barcodes), morphological, phenotypical and ecological data of more than 250 species that are of relevance to mycological phytopathology.

Systematic catalog of genotypic and phenotypic data of Phytophthora spp.

P. cinnamomi
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The Q-bank Fungi database contains DNA sequence (barcodes), morphological, phenotypical and ecological data of more than 250 species that are of relevance to mycological phytopathology.

The Global Invasive Species Database is managed by the Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG) of the IUCN Species Survival Commission.

Introduction and management of root rot in Tasmania

The Dieback Working Group was formed in 1996 by local government authorities, community groups and state government land management agencies concerned with the management of Phytophthora dieback.

Through a coordinated program of management and research, and in partnership with industry, government and community, the Centre will provide science, management and training to underpin the amelioration of the threats posed by Phytophthora.

This web portal is a one stop shop for information on how to manage Phytophthora dieback: Within infested areas Phytophthora Dieback acts like a Biological Bulldozer by killing dominant tree and understorey plant species.

P. katsurae
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The Q-bank Fungi database contains DNA sequence (barcodes), morphological, phenotypical and ecological data of more than 250 species that are of relevance to mycological phytopathology.

University of Hawaii Extension Knowledge Master contains general information on pest hosts, distribution, damage, biology, and management in the form of pest summaries.

P. kernoviae
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Biosecurity New Zealand investigates new fungus in Northland

 

An intergovernmental organization responsible for European cooperation in plant protection in the European and Mediterranean region.

The Q-bank Fungi database contains DNA sequence (barcodes), morphological, phenotypical and ecological data of more than 250 species that are of relevance to mycological phytopathology.

The Food and Environmental Research Agency (United Kingdom) information on P. kernoviae.

The Forestry Commission of Great Britain - many resources about P. kernoviae

Phytophthora kernoviae– advice to owners, agents and industry

Relevant scientific publications, project reports and conference posters.

P. lateralis
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The Q-bank Fungi database contains DNA sequence (barcodes), morphological, phenotypical and ecological data of more than 250 species that are of relevance to mycological phytopathology.

The Global Invasive Species Database is managed by the Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG) of the IUCN Species Survival Commission.

The Forestry Commission of Great Britain - many resources about P. lateralis

Program to develop Phytophthora lateralis disease resistance in Port-Orford-cedar (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana)


P. pinifolia
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The Global Invasive Species Database is managed by the Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG) of the IUCN Species Survival Commission.

The Q-bank Fungi database contains DNA sequence (barcodes), morphological, phenotypical and ecological data of more than 250 species that are of relevance to mycological phytopathology.

An intergovernmental organization responsible for European cooperation in plant protection in the European and Mediterranean region.

P. ramorum
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The California Oak Mortality Task Force (COMTF) is a non-profit group working to manage Sudden Oak Death in California

The Q-bank Fungi database contains DNA sequence (barcodes), morphological, phenotypical and ecological data of more than 250 species that are of relevance to mycological phytopathology.

The Food and Environmental Research Agency (United Kingdom) information on P. ramorum.

The Forestry Commission of Great Britain - many resources about P. ramorum

Phytophthora – advice to owners, agents and industry

News and information, regulatory updates, regulations, program updates and reviews, and protocols for P. ramorum

The Global Invasive Species Database is managed by the Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG) of the IUCN Species Survival Commission.

 
EPPO is an intergovernmental organization responsible for European cooperation in plant health.

The California Oak Mortality Task Force has compiled Best Management Practices (BMPs) for a number of wildland and urban-interface area activities and user groups.

Resources from the California Oak Mortality Task Force that provide guidelines on Best Management Practices to help stop the spread of P. ramorum in the nursery industry.

Resources from the California Oak Mortality Task Force useful when addressing or managing P. ramorum or Sudden Oak Death in forests and wildlands.

Education and training resources from the California Oak Mortality Taskforce (COMTF), including Spanish language brochures

 

Species profile with resources to learn about Phytophthora ramorum

P. siskiyouensis
URL Description

The Q-bank Fungi database contains DNA sequence (barcodes), morphological, phenotypical and ecological data of more than 250 species that are of relevance to mycological phytopathology.