Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Puccinia laguri-chamaemoly

Puccinia laguri-chamaemoly Maire, 1919

op Allium

gall

spermogonia amphigenous, orange, often visible between the aecia. Aecia hypophyllous, cup-shaped, with a white peridium and an orange mass of spores.

spermogonia, aecia

Amaryllidaceae monophagous

Allium ampeloprasum, chamaemoly, fistulosum, flavum, narcissiflorum, neapolitanum, paniculatum, pyrenicum, roseum, rotundum, schoenoprasum, scorodoprasum, sphaerocephalon, strictum.

notes

morphologically not with certainty distinguishable from other species on the same host plant.


on Lagurus

gall

uredinia mainly epiphyllous, golden yellow, without paraphyses. Urediniospores ± globular, wall spinulose with 8 germination pores. Telia hypophyllous, black, long covered by the epidermis, divided into compartments by rows of slender, brown, paraphyses. Teliospores 2-celled, not constricted; wall smooth, rather thin but slightly thickened at the flattened tip; pedicel short.

uredinia, telia

Poaceae, monophagous

Lagurus ovatus.

references

Brandenburger (1985a: 719), Gäumann (1959a), González Fragoso (1924a), Klenke & Scholler (2015a).

Last modified 3.xii.2022