Phacellium rufibasis (Berk. & Broome) U. Braun
(a dematiaceous anamorphic fungus)

Taxonomic hierarchy:
Anamorphic SpeciesPhacellium rufibasis (a dematiaceous anamorphic fungus)
Form genusPhacellium (a genus of dematiaceous anamorphic ascomycetes)
FamilyMYCOSPHAERELLACEAE (a family of ascomycetes and lichens)
OrderCAPNODIALES (sooty moulds)
SubclassDOTHIDEOMYCETIDAE (a subclass of fungi)
ClassDOTHIDEOMYCETES (a class of ascomycetes)
SubphylumPEZIZOMYCOTINA (a subphylum of fungi)
PhylumASCOMYCOTA (spore shooters, ascomycete)
KingdomFUNGI (true fungi)
DomainEukaryota (eukaryotes)
LifeBIOTA (living things)
Records of Phacellium rufibasis (a dematiaceous anamorphic fungus) :
1: Phacellium rufibasis (a dematiaceous anamorphic fungus)
17 Jul 2007 OSGR: SN69 52° 30' N, 4° 0' W Vice County: Cardigan (VC 46) Wales
Ramularia anamorph: on underside of rusty brown spots on leaves of Bog Myrtle
Image 1: Infected leaves - top surfaces - pale backgroundImage 2: Infected leaves - under surfaces - pale backgroundImage 3: Leaf spot - top - highly enlargedImage 4: Leaf spot - underside - close-up - magnifiedImage 5: Leaf spot - underside - close-up - magnified (2)Image 6: Leaf spot - underside - close-up - magnified (3)Image 7: Leaf spot - underside - highly enlargedImage 8: Leaf spot - underside - highly enlarged (2)Image 9: Leaf spot - underside - highly enlarged (3)Image 10: Leaf spot - underside - highly enlarged (4)Image 11: Leaf spot - underside - highly enlarged (5)Image 12: Conidiophores and conidia - magnifiedImage 13: Conidiophores and conidia - magnified (2)Image 14: Conidiophores and conidia - magnified (3)

Phacellium rufibasis (a dematiaceous anamorphic fungus) may be covered by identification literature listed under the following higher taxa:

BioInfoBioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 2 host/parasite/foodplant and/or other relationships for Phacellium rufibasis (a dematiaceous anamorphic fungus)
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