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A sexual morph of a Diaporthe species was collected from a dead aerial branch of Camellia sp., in Yunnan Province, China. Multi-locus phylogeny of internal transcribed spacer (ITS), betatubulin (BT), translation elongation factor 1-alpha (EF1-a), calmodulin (cal) and Histone (H3) genes showed that our strain clustered with Diaporthe manihotia (CBS 505.76) with high statistical support. A comprehensive description, photographs of micro-morphological characteristics and a phylogenetic tree todoi:10.5943/ajom/3/1/17 fatcat:znegnk7lrrhr3fu35bcj72emw4