Antherospora vindobonensis Bauer, Lutz, Begerow, Piątek & Vánky, 2008
the anthers are modified in an olive brown powdery mass of spores.
The species was described from Scilla vindobonensis & subsp. borhidiana, but according to the Euro+Med PlantBase (2014), this is synonym of S. bifolia. Thereby vanishes the ecological difference from A. scillae, that also morphologically is fully similar; what remains are DNA-data.
Bauer, Lutz, Begerow, Piątek, Vánky, Bacigálová & Oberwinkler (2008a), Klenke & Scholler (2015a), Kruse, Thiel, Klenke & Kummer (2019b).