Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Ramularia rufibasis

Ramularia rufibasis (Berkeley & Broome) Gunnerbeck & Constantinescu, 1991

on Morella, Myrica

Ramularia rufibasis: leaf spot on Myrica faya

Myrica gale, Belgium, prov. Limburg, Neerpelt, ‘t Hageven, 4.viii.2018 © Carina Van Steenwinkel

Ramularia rufibasis: leaf spot on Myrica faya

same leaf, underside

Ramularia rufibasis: colonies on Myrica faya

colonies

Ramularia rufibasis: colony

the conidiphores are grouped in a dense bundle

Ramularia rufibasis: conidiophores

conidiophores and conidia

Ramularia rufibasis: conidiophores

conidiophores and conidia

Ramularia rufibasis: conidia

conidia

parasite

Colonies on the leaves and on the shoots; conidiophores on compact bundels,
on the leaves mostly narrower and higher than on the shoots. Conidia 5-15 x 10-30 µm, aseptate.

host plants

Myricaceae, oligophagous

Morella faya; Myrica gale.

synonyms

Ovularia destructiva (Phillips & Plowright) Massee 1893; Ramularia destructiva Phillips & Plowright, 1877; Phacellium rufibasis (Berkeley & Broome) Braun, 1992.

references

Brandenburger (1985a: 34), Braun (1998a), Chater, Woods, Stringer, ao (2021a), Ellis & Ellis (1997a).

Last modified 10.vii.2022