Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Hyaloperonospora camelinae

Hyaloperonospora camelinae (Gäumann) Göker, Voglmayr, Riethmüller, Weiß & Oberwinkler, 2003

on Camelina


upperside of the leaves locally bleached and galled; at the corresponding underside a greyish-white fungal bloom consisting of erect, distally strongly branched conidiophores. In the plant tissue locally oospores are formed, and particularly there galling occurs.

host plants

Brassicaceae, monophagous

Camelina microcarpa, rumelica, sativa.


Peronospora camelinae Gäumann, 1918.

Denchev ao report from Camelina rumelica: H. parasitica. Possibly they consider two two fungi synonymous, but more probably this reflects the contrast between a broad and a narrow species concept.


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