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Laura Fernandez Winzer, Katherine A. Berthon, Angus J. Carnegie, Geoff S. Pegg, and Michelle R. LeishmanAustropuccinia psidii on the move: survey based insights to its geographical distribution, host species, impacts and management in AustraliaBiological Invasions 21 (4), 1215-1225 (2019)
Robert M. Beresford, Louise S. Shuey, and Geoff S. PeggSymptom development and latent period of Austropuccinia psidii (myrtle rust) in relation to host species, temperature, and ontogenic resistancePlant Pathology 69 (3), 484-494 (2020)
Laura Fernandez Winzer, Will Cuddy, Geoff S. Pegg, Angus J. Carnegie, Anthony Manea, and Michelle R. LeishmanPlant architecture, growth and biomass allocation effects of the invasive pathogen myrtle rust (Austropuccinia psidii) on Australian Myrtaceae species after fireAustral Ecology 45 (2), 177-186 (2020)
Grant R. Smith, Beccy J. Ganley, David Chagné, Jayanthi Nadarajan, Ranjith N. Pathirana, Julie Ryan, Elise A. Arnst, Roanne Sutherland, Julia Soewarto, Gary Houliston, Alby T. Marsh, Emily Koot, Angus J. Carnegie, Tracey Menzies, David J. Lee, Louise S. Shuey, and Geoff S. Pegg Resistance of New Zealand provenance Leptospermum scoparium, Kunzea robusta, Kunzea linearis, and Metrosideros excelsa to Austropuccinia psidiiPlant Disease 104 (6), 1771-1780 (2020)
Laura Fernandez-Winzer, Katherine A. Berthon, Peter Entwistle, Anthony Manea, Nélida Winzer, Geoff S. Pegg, Angus J. Carnegie, and Michelle R. Leishman Direct and indirect community effects of the invasive plant pathogen Austropuccinia psidii (myrtle rust) in eastern Australian rainforestsBiological Invasions 22 (7), 2357-2369 (2020)
Flávia Sarti Bonora, Helen F Nahrung, Richard Andrew Hayes, Tanya Scharaschkin, Geoff Pegg, and David John LeeChanges in leaf chemistry and anatomy of Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata (Myrtaceae) in response to native and exotic pathogensAustralasian Plant Pathology 49 (6), 641-653 (2020)
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