Leveillula papilionacearum (Komarov) Braun, 2012

on Fabaceae

gall

mycelium white, generally dense-felty, amphigenous; partly also internal. Conidia single, without fibrosin bodies. The first conidium formed on the conidiophore is narrowly-lanceolate, later ones are elliptic. Cleistothecia rarely formed; they contain up to 20-50 asci, that have two spores. Appendages numerous, sub-equatorial, shorter than the diameter, mycelioid, often branched.

hostplants

Fabaceae, oligophagous

Alhagi maurorum; Anthyllis cytisoides; Astracantha arnacantha; Astragalus asper; Bituminaria bituminosa; Ceratonia siliqua; Cicer arietinum; Coronilla valentina subsp. glauca; Dorycnium pentaphyllum subsp. germanicum + herbaceum, rectum; Eversmannia; Glycyrrhiza echinata, glabra; Hedysarum hedysaroides; Laburnum; Lathyrus clymenum; Medicago falcata, sativa, truncatula, x varia; Melilotus; Onobrychis arenaria & subsp. lasiostachya, montana, viciifolia; Ononis spinosa & subsp. antiquorum; Oxytropis; Phaseolus; Robinia hispida; Securigera varia; ; Spartium junceum; Trifolium; Trigonella; Vicia cracca, faba, grandiflora, sativa & subsp. nigra, tenuifolia.

references

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

08/03/2017

mod 16.vii.2017