Puccinia lagenophorae Cooke
(cineraria rust, daisy rust)

Taxonomic hierarchy:
SpeciesPuccinia lagenophorae (cineraria rust, daisy rust)
GenusPuccinia (a genus of rust fungi)
FamilyPUCCINIACEAE (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 Puccinia lagenophorae (Cineraria Rust, Daisy Rust) :
1: Puccinia lagenophorae (Cineraria Rust, Daisy Rust) IDENTIFICATION UNCERTAIN
30 Aug 2007 OSGR: SK15 53° 10' N, 1° 50' W Vice County: Derby (VC 57) England
Aecia on Daisy
Image 1: Aecia - highly enlargedImage 2: Aecia - highly enlarged (2)Image 3: Aecia - highly enlarged (3)Image 4: Aecia - highly enlarged (4)Image 5: Aecia - magnifiedImage 6: Aecia - magnified (2)Image 7: Aecia - magnified (3)Image 8: Aecia - magnified (4)Image 9: Aecia - magnified (5)Image 10: Infected leaf - top surface - enlarged - pale backgroundImage 11: Infected leaf - top surface - enlarged - pale background (2)Image 12: Infected leaf - under surface - enlarged - pale backgroundImage 13: Infected leaf - under surface - enlarged - pale background (2)Image 14: Aecia - magnifiedImage 15: Aeciospores - highly magnifiedImage 16: Peridial cell and aeciospore - highly magnifiedImage 17: Peridial cells and aeciospores - highly magnifiedImage 18: Peridial cells - magnifiedImage 19: Peridial cells - magnified (2)Image 20: Peridial cells - magnified (3)Image 21: Peridial cells - highly magnifiedImage 22: Peridial cells - highly magnified (2)
2: Puccinia lagenophorae (Cineraria Rust, Daisy Rust) IDENTIFICATION UNCERTAIN
30 Apr 2000 OSGR: TQ15 51° 20' N, 0° 20' W Vice County: Surrey (VC 17) England
on Bellis perennis "Monstrosa"
Image 1: Infected leafImage 2: Infection on upper side of leafImage 3: Pot of cultivated daisies with infected leavesImage 4: Pot of cultivated daisies with infected leaves (2)Image 5: AeciaImage 6: Aecia (2)Image 7: Aecia - close-upImage 8: Aecia - close-up (2)Image 9: Infected leaf - top surfaceImage 10: Infected leaf - undersideImage 11: InfectionImage 12: Infection (2)Image 13: Infection (3)Image 14: Infection on upperside of leafImage 15: Aeciospores - magnifiedImage 16: Aeciospores - highly magnifiedImage 17: Aeciospores - highly magnified (2)Image 18: Peridial cells - highly magnifiedImage 19: Peridium fragment - magnified
3: Puccinia lagenophorae (Cineraria Rust, Daisy Rust)
1 Apr 2000 OSGR: SU56 51° 20' N, 1° 10' W Vice County: Berks (VC 22) England
on Oxford Ragwort
Image 1: Infected leaf - top surfaceImage 2: Infected leaf - top surface (2)Image 3: Plant - in situImage 4: Cluster cupsImage 5: Cluster cups (2)Image 6: Cluster cups - close-upImage 7: Cluster cups - close-up (2)Image 8: Cluster cups - close-up (3)Image 9: Cluster cups - on midrib - close-upImage 10: Cluster cups - on midrib - close-up (2)Image 11: Cluster cups - on midrib - close-up (3)Image 12: Cluster cups - on midrib - close-up (4)Image 13: Infected leaf - top surface - close-up - grey backgroundImage 14: Infected leaf - top surface - grey backgroundImage 15: Infected leaf - underside - close-up - grey backgroundImage 16: Infected leaf - underside - close-up - grey background (2)Image 17: Infected leaf - underside - close-up - grey background (3)Image 18: Infected leaf - underside - grey backgroundImage 19: Infected plant - black backgroundImage 20: Infected plant - grey backgroundImage 21: Aeciospores - magnifiedImage 22: Periderm - detail - magnifiedImage 23: Periderm fragment - magnified
4: Puccinia lagenophorae (Cineraria Rust, Daisy Rust)
18 Jun 1997 OSGR: SU47 51° 30' N, 1° 20' W Vice County: Berks (VC 22) England
Aecia and telia on Daisy leaves
Image 1: Close up of infectionImage 2: Host leaf uppersideImage 3: Host leaf undersideImage 4: Infection
5: Puccinia lagenophorae (Cineraria Rust, Daisy Rust)
8 May 1976 OSGR: SD67 54° 10' N, 2° 30' W Vice County: Mid-west Yorks (VC 64) England
on Groundsel
Image 1: Aecia - magnifiedImage 2: Aecia on midrib - magnified
6: Puccinia lagenophorae (Cineraria Rust, Daisy Rust)
9 Nov 1975 OSGR: TQ13 51° 10' N, 0° 20' W Vice County: Surrey (VC 17) England
on Groundsel
Image 1: Lesion with aecia - magnifiedImage 2: Lesion with aecia - magnified (2)Image 3: Lesion with aecia - magnified (3)

Identification Works

BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 3 general literature references relevant to Puccinia lagenophorae (Cineraria Rust, Daisy Rust)

Puccinia lagenophorae (Cineraria Rust, Daisy Rust) may also be covered by identification literature listed under the following higher taxa:

BioInfoBioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 41 host/parasite/foodplant and/or other relationships for Puccinia lagenophorae (Cineraria Rust, Daisy Rust)
Originally from Australia and New Zealand, this rust is a recent colonist in the British Isles. The spores bodies of the rust forms concentric rings on the leaves of Bellis perennis - the aecia appearing as orange cluster cups and the telia as black raised blisters. It can be recognised at a distance as the infected leaves are paler, slightly distorted and held more erect. This rust attacks both the wild and cultivated forms of the plant. It was first recorded about 1996. By 1998 it was ubiquitous and abundant throughout Britain wherever the host plant is found.
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