B. tulipae was isolated from raspberry fruit in the field. Several B. spp. were recovered from apparently healthy fruit after flowers had been dusted with their conidia. Evidence suggests that spores survived on the developing fruit. Lesions developed on canes inoculated with several B. sp., but B. elliptica and B. paeoniae were the only spp. to sporulate on canes and B. cinerea the only sp. to produce sclerotia.