Phyllactinia alnicola Braun, 2012

onAlnus

Phyllactinia alnicola on Alnus inccana

Alnus incana, Belgium, prov. Antwerp, Mol, Klein Verkallen © Carina Van Steenwinkel

Phyllactinia alnicola on Alnus inccana

same leaf, underside

Phyllactinia alnicola on Alnus inccana

detail with clestothecia

Phyllactinia alnicola: clestothecia

on top of the cleistothecia the gelatinous cushion is visible that is formed by the penicillate cells

Phyllactinia alnicola: clestothecium

cleistothecium with two-spored asci

Phyllactinia alnicola: penicillate cells

penicillate cells

gall

mycelium hypophyllous, weak, effuse (also internal). Conidia single, clavate, without fibrosin bodies, on a long conidiophore. Cleistothecia with 15-30 asci, with two spores. Appendages 6-15, equatorial, 1-2.5 the diamter; they are acicular, stiff, with a bulbous swelling at their base.

hostplants

Betulaceae, monophagous

Alnus cordata, glutinosa, incana & subsp. rugosa, x pubescens, viridis.

references

Braun & Cook (2012a), Bresinsky (2016a), Klenke & Scholler (2015a).

19/04/2017

pub 19.iv.2017 · mod 15.vii.2017