Phragmidium bulbosum (F. Strauss) Schltdl.
(a rust fungus)

Taxonomic hierarchy:
SpeciesPhragmidium bulbosum (a rust fungus)
GenusPhragmidium (a genus of rust fungi)
FamilyPHRAGMIDIACEAE (a family of rust fungi)
OrderPUCCINIALES (rust fungi)
ClassPUCCINIOMYCETES (pucciniomycete fungi)
SubphylumPUCCINIOMYCOTINA (a subphylum of fungi)
PhylumBASIDIOMYCOTA (spore droppers)
KingdomFUNGI (true fungi)
DomainEukaryota (eukaryotes)
LifeBIOTA (living things)
Records of Phragmidium bulbosum (a rust fungus) :
1: Phragmidium bulbosum (a rust fungus)
8 Oct 2011 OSGR: SO46 52° 20' N, 2° 40' W Vice County: Shrops (VC 40) England
hypophyllous telia on Bramble leaves
Image 1: Infected leaflet - underside - white backgroundImage 2: Infected leaflet - underside - white background (2)Image 3: Telia - close-up - enlargedImage 4: Telia - close-up - enlarged (2)Image 5: Telia - close-up - enlarged (3)Image 6: Telia - close-up - enlarged (4)Image 7: Telia - close-up - enlarged (5)Image 8: Telia - close-up - enlarged (6)Image 9: Telia - close-up - microscope low magnificationImage 10: Telia - close-up - microscope low magnification (2)Image 11: Teliospores - microscope low magnification - white backgroundImage 12: Teliospores - microscope low magnification - white background (2)Image 13: Teliospores - microscope low magnification - white background (3)Image 14: Teliospores - microscope low magnification - white background (4)Image 15: Teliospores - microscope low magnification - white background (5)Image 16: Teliospores - microscope low magnification - white background (6)Image 17: Telium - close-up - microscope low magnification

Phragmidium bulbosum (a rust fungus) may be covered by identification literature listed under the following higher taxa:

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