Heterodoassansia morotiana (Zundel) Vánky, 1993

on Baldellia

gall

pale spots in the leaf, where individual spore balls, that are embedded in the host tissue, are recognisable as tiny black dots. The spore balls measure ± 0.1 mm, and consist of a large number of spores, invested by a mantle of one or two layers of smaller sterile cells.

host plants

Alismataceae, monophagous

Baldellia ranunculoides.

synonyms

Doassansia morotiana Zundel, 1953.

references

Kleneke & Scholler (2015a), Vanky (1994a).

mod 22.iii.2019