Definition of Pseudopeziza
: a genus of fungi (family Mollisiaceae) having smooth waxy ascocarps and thin-walled asci that bear hyaline unicellular spores, containing one form (P. medicaginis) that causes a leaf spot of alfalfa and another (P. ribis) that causes anthracnose of currants, and including some species that were formerly included in the form genera Colletotrichum, Gloeosporium, and Marssonina
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Origin and Etymology of pseudopeziza
New Latin, from pseud- + Peziza
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