Data from: Marine Phytophthora species can hamper conservation and restoration of vegetated coastal ecosystems

Laura L. Govers, , Johan P. Meffert, Tjeerd J. Bouma, Patricia C.J. Van Rijswick, Jannes H. T. Heusinkveld, Robert J. Orth, Marieke M. Van Katwijk & Tjisse Van Der Heide
Phytophthora species are potent pathogens that can devastate terrestrial plants, causing billions of dollars of damage yearly to agricultural crops and harming fragile ecosystems worldwide. Yet, virtually nothing is known about the distribution and pathogenicity of their marine relatives. This is surprising, as marine plants form vital habitats in coastal zones worldwide (i.e. mangrove forests, salt marshes, seagrass beds), and disease may be an important bottleneck for the conservation and restoration of these rapidly declining...
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