Puccinia clematidis-secalis Dupias, 1948
aecia orange-yellow, on discoloured, eventually galled spots on the leaves, petioles and stems.
Only if the hostplant alternation is known, a specific identification is possible for aecia on Clematis.
Clematis recta, vitalba.
on Poaceae – Triticeae
uredinia hypophyllous, tiny; urediniospores brown, spinulose with 3-6 pores. Telia less than half a mm, blackish brown, permanently covered by the epidermis; they are divided into compartments by rows of brown paraphyses. Teliospores 2-celled, clavate, not constricted; wall smooth, apically somewhat thickened; pedicel short.
Several authors take this species as conspecific with, or a variety of, Puccinia recondita.
Brandenburger (1985a), Buhr (1964b), Gäumann (1959a), Klenke & Scholler (2015a), Termorshuizen & Swertz (2011a), Tomasi (2012a).