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A survey in 2016 showed that more than 80% lebbeck trees inside the main campus of Qassim University were wilted and dead. Symptoms of dieback, root rot, stem cankers and decline were observed in the trees. The trunks exhibited black masses of spores which soon spread to other, healthy trees. A fungus, having arthroconidial and asexual synanamorph characteristics, and was identified as Neoscytalidiumdimidiatum KSA of the class Coelomycetes within the family Botryosphaeraceae and wasdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-631626/v1 fatcat:ni6v5xwj6zg7xbdihehbhk4eh4