Plasmopara wilsonii Voglmayr, Fatehi & Constantinescu, 2006
on Erodium, Geranium
Geranium molle, Belgium, prov. Antwerp, Mol © Carina Van Steenwinkel
same leaf, underside
the down is white (the conidia are colourless)
terminal branches of conidiophores with swollen apex
conidia with a low papilla
sharply delimited upper surface leaf spots, initially some mm large, ultimately often filling the entire leaf; pale yellowish at first, in the end violoaceous brown. Underside with a greyish white felty down, consisting of conidiophores. These are 0.2 to almost 0.5 mm high, very even in thickness; the ultimate branches are swollen at the very tip. Voglmayr, Fatehi & Constantinescu (2006a) present a detailed description.
Geranium molle, phaeum.
Found by Kruse ao in Germany on G. phaeum. The species was described from North America, and there it was recorded from, among other species, Geranium molle and Erodium cicutarium.
Jage, Klenke, Kruse ao (2017a), Kruse, Thines & Choi (2016a), Voglmayr, Fatehi & Constantinescu (2006a).