Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Errata Plant Galls of the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg

The following table contains errata to Plant Galls of the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg by J.C. Roskam & S. Carbonnelle. The list will grow over time, and is maintained by the authors of the book.

page erratum date of erratum
039  Agropyron
After lead 1b, after “See furthermore Addendum 1 recent Additions, 8aa”, add page number “p. 755”.
2023-06-05
061  Anemone
At lead 4a, move “See furthermore Addendum 1 recent Additions, 4aa, p.755” from the lead towards the end of section.
2023-06-05
169   Convallaria
At the end of section, move “*See furthermore Addendum 1 Recent Additions, 1bb” from the end of the section towards “Convolvulus and Calystegia” under lead 1b..
2023-06-05
169   Convallaria and Calystegia
Under lead 1b, add “*See furthermore Addendum 1 Recent Additions, 1bb”.
2023-06-05
209  Erica
After lead 1b, after “*See furthermore Addendum 1 recent Additions, 1bb”, add page number “p. 756”.
2023-06-14
323   Leymus
At lead 1b, suppress “Fig. 130”.
2023-06-14
360  Menyanthes
After “see Addendum 1 recent Additions”, add page number “p. 757”.
2023-06-14
557  Rumex
At lead 6a “On inflorescences, flowers or fruits”, replace “– 18” by “– 15”.

After lead 6b, move “*See furthermore Addendum 1 Recent Additions” towards under lead 5b.

2023-06-14
560  Rumex
At lead 15a, replace “15a (7)” by “15a (6)”.
2023-06-14
594  Salix
After lead 31d, add “*See furthermore Addendum 1 recent Additions, 31dd, p.759”.
2023-06-14
665   Symphytum
After lead 3a, move “*See furthermore Addendum 1 Recent Additions” towards under lead 2b.
2023-06-14
754  Zea
After lead 2b, add “*See furthermore Addendum 1 recent Additions, 2bb, p. 760.”
2023-06-14
758   Persicaria
At lead 14bb, replace “Rust fungus – Microbotryum pennsylvaticum Hirschhorn” by “Smut fungus – Melanopsichium pennsylvanicum Hirschhorn” and “Rust fungus – Microbotryum austroamericanum (Spegazzini) Vanký” by “Smut fungus – Melanopsichium austroamericanum (Spegazzini) Beck”

At lead 14bc, replace “Rust fungus Microbotryum cordae (Liro) G. Demi & Prillinger” by “Smut fungus Microbotryum cordae (Liro) G. Demi & Prillinger”.

2023-06-14
656  Sorgum
After lead 1a, add lead 1b.

1b The female inflorescence remains largely enclosed in the leaf sheaths, and turns into a black mass. Spores 10-13 x 11-15 µm, densely verrucose. Infected plants are severely stunted. Sorghum spp., also on maize.
Head smut ─ Sporisorium reilianum (Kühn) Langdon & Fullerton
Known from the area. Considered as a major pest of maize and sorghum crops worldwide.

2023-06-14
230  Fallopia
After lead 2b, add lead 2c.

2c The ovaries are swollen and filled with a purplish brown powdery mass of spores. The infection is systemic; infected plants may get a witches’ broom like aspect. Spores 8-14 µm, wall reticulate. Fallopia aubertii, baldschuanica, convolvulus, dumetorum.
Smut fungi ─ Microbotryum anomalum (Kunze) Vánky
Known for BE.

2023-06-14
760  Zea
After lead 3a, add lead 3b.

3b The female inflorescence remains largely enclosed in the leaf sheaths, and turns into a black mass. Spores 10-13 x 11-15 µm, densely verrucose. Infected plants are severely stunted. Z. mays, also on Sorghum.
Head smut ─ Sporisorium reilianum (Kühn) Langdon & Fullerton
Known from the area. Considered as a major pest of maize and sorghum crops worldwide.

2023-06-14
017  Asplenium
Change “see Addendum, pag. 772” in “see Addendum 1 recent Additions, p. 755”.
2023-07-15
018  Pteridium
At lead 5b  add “See furthermore Addendum 1 recent Additions, 5bb, p. 758.”
2023-07-15

 

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Last modified 15.vii.2023