[<< wikipedia] Raffaelea subalba
Raffaelea subalba is a mycangial fungus, first isolated from female adults of the redbay ambrosia beetle, Xyleborus glabratus.


== References ==


== Further reading ==
Dreaden, Tyler J., et al. "Phylogeny of ambrosia beetle symbionts in the genus Raffaelea." Fungal biology 118.12 (2014): 970-978.
Harrington, Thomas C., et al. "Isolations from the redbay ambrosia beetle, Xyleborus glabratus, confirm that the laurel wilt pathogen, Raffaelea lauricola, originated in Asia." Mycologia 103.5 (2011): 1028-1036.
InĂ¡cio, M. Lurdes, et al. "Ophiostomatoid fungi, a new threat to cork oak stands."Present and Future of Cork Oak in Portugal (eds. Oliveira, M., Matos, J., Saibo, N., Miguel, C., Gil, L.)(2012): 87-92.
Harrington, T. C., and S. W. Fraedrich. "Quantification of propagules of the laurel wilt fungus and other mycangial fungi from the redbay ambrosia beetle, Xyleborus glabratus."Phytopathology 100.10 (2010): 1118-1123.


== External links ==
"Raffaelea subalba" at the Encyclopedia of Life
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