Foodplant / feeds on
acervulus of Colletotrichum coelomycetous anamorph of Colletotrichum cf. omnivorum feeds on Aspidistra lurida
Colletotrichum (sexual stage: Glomerella) is a genus of fungi that are obligate symbionts to plants as endophytes. Many of the species in this genus are plant pathogens, but some species may have a mutualistic relationship with hosts.
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