Swedish agricultural authorities about Phytophthora Ramorum


Citizen Science projects

UC Berkeley Forest Pathology and Mycology Lab

Cape Citizen Science



Recent publications

Grenville-Briggs, L-J., Kushwaha, S.K., Cleary, M.R., Witzell, J., Chawade, A., Vetukuri, R.R. 2017. Draft Genome of the Oomycete pathogen Phytophthora cactorum Strain LV007 isolated from European Beech (Fagus sylvatica) Genome Announcements. [in press]

Prospero, S., and Cleary, M. 2017. (Invited article) Focused Review: Effects of host variability in the spread of invasive forest diseases. Forests 8, 80; doi:10.3390/f8030080

Cleary, M., Blomquist, M., Vetukuri R.R., Böhlenius, H., Witzell, J. 2017. Susceptibility of common tree species in Sweden to Phytophthora cambivoraP. plurivora and P. cactorum. Pathology 47: n/a, e12329. doi:10.1111/efp.12329.

Cleary, M., Blomquist, M., Ghasemkhani, M., and Witzell, J. 2016. First report of Phytophthora gonapodyidescausing stem canker on European beech (Fagus sylvatica) in southern Sweden. Plant Disease. 100:2174


Masters theses

Blomquist, M. 2016. Invasive Phytophthora spp. affecting important broadleaved trees species in southern Sweden. Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre, SLU Alnarp.

Van Tour, A., 2016. Invasive Phytophthora spp. affecting beech (Fagus sylvatica) in Söderåsen National Park. Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre, SLU Alnarp.


Popular Science

Witzell & Cleary. Skogssällskapet report.

Blomquist, M., Cleary, M., Witzell J. 2016. Phytophthora på frammarsch i sydsvenska lövskogar. Ekbladet. 31: p. 19-24