Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Erysiphe pisi var. pisi

Erysiphe pisi var. pisi de Candolle, 1805

on Fabaceae

Erysiphe pisi var. pisi on Melilotus albus

Melilotus albus, Belgium, prov. Antwerp, Mol © Carina Van Steenwinkel

Erysiphe pisi var. pisi on Melilotus albus

leaf with cleistothecia

Erysiphe pisi var. pisi: cleistothecium

cleistothecium wirth appendages

Erysiphe pisi var. pisi: cleistothecium

cleistothecium

Erysiphe pisi var. pisi: conidiophore

conidiophore with conidium

Erysiphe pisi var. pisi: germinating conidium

germinating conidium

Erysiphe pisi var. pisi: appressoria

appressoria

Erysiphe pisi var. pisi on Lupinus polyphyllus

Lupinus polyphyllus, Belgium, prov. Antwerpen, Balen, Griesbroek © Carina Van Steenwinkel

Erysiphe pisi var. pisi on Lupinus polyphyllus

underside of an infected leaf

Erysiphe pisi var. pisi on Lupinus polyphyllus

group of cleistothecia

Erysiphe pisi var. pisi: cleistothecium

cleistothecium

Erysiphe pisi var. pisi: asci

asci

Erysiphe pisi var. pisi: appendages

appendages

gall

mycelium amphigenous, also on stems and pods. Appressoria ± lobed, single or paired. Conidia formed solitary, elliptic, without fibrosin bodies. Foot cell of the conidiophore generally straight. Cleistothecia with 4-8 asci, that contain 3-6 spores. Appendages numerous, sub-equatorial and equatorial, 0.5-5 x the diameter; they are mycelioid, septate, entirely or partly brown, almost never branched.

host plants

Fabaceae, oligophagous

Arachis hypogaea; Astragalus boeticus, glycyphyllos; Bituminaria; Dorycnium hirsutum, pentaphyllum subsp. germanicum + herbaceum, rectum; Erophaca baetica; Glycyrrhiza glabra, uralensis; Hymenocarpos circinnatus; Lathyrus inconspicuus, pratensis; Lens culinaris; Lotus; Lupinus albus, angustifolius, luteus, mutabilis, polyphyllus; Medicago arabica, disciformis, falcata, intertexta subsp. ciliaris, laciniata, littoralis, lupulina, minima, orbicularis, polymorpha, praecox, prostrata, rigidula, sativa, tornata, truncatula, x varia; Melilotus albus, officinalis; Onobrychis; Phaseolus vulgaris; Pisum sativum & subsp. elatius; Styphnolobium japonicum; Trifolium dubium, medium, pratense; Trigonella caerulea, foenum-graecum; Vicia benghalensis, bithynica, cassubica, cracca, cuspidata, disperma, dumetorun, ervillia, faba, hirsuta, hybrida, lutea, noeana, onobrychioides, pannonica, parviflora, peregrina, pisiformis, sativa & subsp. macrocarpa + nigra, sepium, sylvatica, tetrasperma, villosa & subsp. varia.

references

Blumer (1946a), Braun (1995a), Braun & Cook (2012a), Bresinsky (2016a), Czerniawska (2001a), Czerniawska, Madej, Adamska ao (2000a), Doppelbaur & Doppelbaur (1973a), Hafellner (1980a), Jage, Klenke & Kummer (2010a), Jage, Kruse, Kummer ao (2013a), Klenke & Scholler (1995a), Kozłowska, Mułenko & Heluta (2015a), Kruse (2019a), Özaslan, Hüseyin & Erdogdu (2014a), Ruszkiewicz-Michalska & Michalski (2005a).

Last modified 6.viii.2020