Puccinia drabae Rudolphi, 1829

on Draba

gall

no host plant alternation, only telia, that are mostly situated in the inflorescence, even on the siliques. They are long covered by the epidermis and then look like a greyish blister; eventually brown and powdery. The spores are yellowish brown, two-celled with a clear constriction, the wall is homogenous in thickness, echinulate. The pedicel is flaccid, hyaline, deciduous.

hostplants

Brassicaceae, monophagous

Draba aizoides, cacuminum, cinerea, corymbosa, crassifolia, daurica, dubia, fladnizensis, incana, lactea, lasiocarpa, nemorosa, nivalis, norvegica.

references

Brandenburger (1985a), Buhr (1964b), Gäumann (1959a), González Fragoso (1924a), Hagen (1941a), Klenke & Scholler (2015a), Kropp, Hansen, Wolf ao (1997a), Mayor (1971a).

mod 26.v.2019