Lophodermium is a genus of fungi within the family Rhytismataceae. In many cases they then live inside the colonized leaf as a symptomless endobiont, where they are regarded as detritivores utilising dead plant matter. In a few cases they may kill all or part of the leaf prematurely, and there is a substantial literature dealing with those species as plant pathogens. In these species, notably L. A selection of species is listed below with their principal hosts:    . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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