A number of shade and ornamental trees can be infected by Anthracnose including Ash, Basswood, Birch, Catalpa, Dogwood, Hickory, Horsechestnut, Tuliptree, and Black Walnut. Anthracnose can be particularly bad on American Sycamore and White Oak, as well as other oaks in the white oak group, such as English Oak or Swamp White Oak.
Although trees in the red oak group are less likely to be infected by Anthracnose, it can still be found to infect Black Oak, Bur Oak, Pin Oak, Red Oak, Scarlet Oak, and Swamp Chestnut Oak.
Maple species susceptible to Anthracnose include Boxelder, Japanese Maple, Norway Maple, Red Maple, Silver Maple, Striped Maple, and Sugar Maple.
The London Planetree, which is a cross between the American Sycamore and the Oriental Sycamore, is resistant to Anthracnose infection.