Puccinia phragmitis (Schumach.) Tul.
(a rust fungus)

Taxonomic hierarchy:
SpeciesPuccinia phragmitis (a rust fungus)
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 phragmitis (a rust fungus) :
1: Puccinia phragmitis (a rust fungus)
4 Jun 2010 OSGR: SY78 50° 40' N, 2° 20' W Vice County: Dorset (VC 9) England
Aecia on leaves of Broad-leaved Dock
Image 1: Aecial leaf spot on leaf under surface (on the left)Image 2: Aecia from top surface of host leaf - enlargedImage 3: Aecial leaf spot on leaf - under surface - enlargedImage 4: Aecial leaf spot on leaf - under surface - enlarged (2)Image 5: Cluster cup on under surface of host leaf - enlargedImage 6: Cluster cup on under surface of host leaf - enlarged (2)Image 7: Clusters cups on leaf under surface - enlargedImage 8: Clusters cups on leaf under surface - enlarged (2)Image 9: Clusters cups on leaf under surface - enlarged (3)Image 10: Clusters cups on leaf under surface - magnifiedImage 11: Clusters cups on leaf under surface - magnified (2)Image 12: Moribund aecial leaf-spot from under surface of host leaf - enlargedImage 13: Moribund aecial leaf-spots from top surface of host leaf - enlargedImage 14: Moribund aecial leaf-spots from top surface of host leaf - enlarged (2)Image 15: Aeciospores - highly magnified - white backgroundImage 16: Aecium - microscope low magnification - white backgroundImage 17: Aecium - microscope low magnification - white background (2)Image 18: Peridial wall cell - highly magnified - white backgroundImage 19: Peridial wall cells - inner surface - highly magnified - white backgroundImage 20: Peridial wall cells - inner surface - highly magnified - white background (2)Image 21: Peridial wall cells - inner surfaces - highly magnified - white backgroundImage 22: Peridial wall cells - highly magnified - white backgroundImage 23: Peridial wall cells - highly magnified - white background (2)Image 24: Peridial wall cells - highly magnified - white background (3)Image 25: Peridial wall cells - highly magnified - white background (4)Image 26: Peridial wall cells - highly magnified - white background (5)Image 27: Peridial wall cells - outer surface - highly magnified - white backgroundImage 28: Peridial wall - inner surface - magnified - white backgroundImage 29: Peridial wall - outer surface - magnified - white background
2: Puccinia phragmitis (a rust fungus)
12 May 2004 OSGR: SO71 51° 50' N, 2° 20' W Vice County: West Glos (VC 34) England
Aecia on underside of red patches on living Dock leaves
Image 1: Infection spot - leaf upperside - close-upImage 2: Infection spot - leaf underside - close-upImage 3: Cluster cups - enlarged
3: Puccinia phragmitis (a rust fungus)
7 May 2000 OSGR: SU18 51° 40' N, 1° 40' W Vice County: North Wilts (VC 7) England
on vegetative Dock near water
Image 1: AeciaImage 2: Aecia (2)Image 3: Aecia (3)Image 4: Aecia - close-upImage 5: Aecia - close-up (2)Image 6: Aecia - close-up (3)Image 7: Aecia - close-up (4)Image 8: Infected leaves - uppersideImage 9: Infected leaves - undersideImage 10: AeciosporeImage 11: AeciosporesImage 12: Aeciospores (2)Image 13: Aeciospores and peridial fragmentsImage 14: Peridial cellsImage 15: Peridial cells (2)

BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 1 general literature references relevant to Puccinia phragmitis (a rust fungus)

Puccinia phragmitis (a rust fungus) may also be covered by identification literature listed under the following higher taxa:

BioInfoBioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 16 host/parasite/foodplant and/or other relationships for Puccinia phragmitis (a rust fungus)
A rust which forms aecia on bright red or purple spots on Rumex and Rheum and uredinia and telia on Phragmites.
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