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Ramularia Unger (a genus of plant-pathogenic anamorphic hyphomycetes)

Subtaxa (ie subgroups of this Form genus)

Ramularia agrestis Sacc. (an anamorphic fungus)
Infected leaf - top surface - close-up
Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia ajugae (Niessl) Sacc. (an anamorphic fungus)
Infected plant - in situ
Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia armoraciae Fuckel (Crucifer Pale Leaf Spot - causative organism) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Ramularia beticola Fautrey & F. Lamb. (a beet leaf-spot fungus)
Leaf spots - top surface - close-up
Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia bistortae Fuckel (an anamorphic fungus)
Leaf spot - under surface - close-up
Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia calthae sensu Braun Lindr. (an anamorphic ascomycete)
Leaf spots - close-up
Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia cerinthes emend U. Braun Hollós (an anamorphic fungus) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Ramularia collo-cygni B. Sutton & J.M. Waller, 1988 (a hyphomycete) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Ramularia deusta (Fuckel) K.F. Baker, Snyder & L.H. Davis (Sweet Pea White Mould) Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia deusta var. deusta (Fuckel) K.F. Baker, Snyder & L.H. Davis, 1950 (Sweet Pea White Mould) Anamorphic variety 1 ident refs
Ramularia didyma s.s. sensu Braun (Harting) Wollenw. (an anamorphic fungus) Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia didyma var. didyma s.s. sensu Braun Unger, 1833 (an anamorphic ascomycete) Anamorphic variety  
Ramularia galegae Sacc. (an anamorphic fungus) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Ramularia gei (A.G. Eliasson) Lindr. (an anamorphic fungus)
Leaf spot - under surface - close-up
Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia heraclei emend U. Braun (Oudem.) Sacc. (an anamorphic fungus)
Leaf with numerous leaf spots
Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia interstitialis (Berk. & Broome) Gunnerb. & Constant. (an anamorphic fungus) Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia lactea (Desm.) Sacc. (an anamorphic fungus)
Ramularia with putative teleomorph
Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia lapsanae (Desm.) Sacc. (an anamorphic fungus) Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia ludoviciana Minter, B.L. Brady & R.A. Hall (an anamorphic fungus) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Ramularia obducens Thüm. (an anamorphic fungus) Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia primulae Thüm. (an anamorphic fungus) Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia rubella (Bonord.) Nannf. (an anamorphic fungus)
Plant with infected older leaves - in situ
Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia sambucina Sacc. (an anamorphic fungus)
Lesion - leaf under surface - close-up
Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia saximontanensis Solheim, 1943 (an anamorphic fungus) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Ramularia septata (Bonord.) Bubák (an anamorphic fungus)
Caespituli on leaf under surface
Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia simplex Pass. (an anamorphic fungus) Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia sphaeroidea Sacc. (an anamorphic fungus)
Leaf spot - leaf top surface - close-up
Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia trifoliicola U. Braun ((An Anamorphic Fungus)) Anamorphic Species 1 ident refs
Ramularia valerianae (Speg.) Sacc. (an anamorphic fungus) Anamorphic Species  
Ramularia valerianae var. centranthi (Brunaud) U. Braun (an anamorphic fungus)
Leaf spots on necrotic leaf - top surface - close-up
Anamorphic variety  

Suggested Literature

Identification Works

Mycosphaerella Identification Website: http://www.cbs.knaw.nl/Mycosphaerella/Defaultpage.aspx Mycosphaerella Identification Website
Braun, U., 1998 Monograph of Cercosporella, Ramularia and Allied Genera - Vol II

BioInfo BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 2 general literature references to Ramularia (a genus of plant-pathogenic anamorphic hyphomycetes)

Ramularia may also be covered by literature listed under:

BIOTA
(living things)
Eukaryota
(eukaryotes)
FUNGI S.S.
(true fungi)
ASCOMYCOTA
(spore shooters)
DOTHIDEOMYCETES
(a class of ascomycetes)
CAPNODIALES
(sooty moulds)
MYCOSPHAERELLACEAE
(a family of ascomycetes and lichens)
Hyphomycetes (via Ramularia) Fungi s.l.

BioInfo BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 499 feeding and other relationships of Ramularia (a genus of plant-pathogenic anamorphic hyphomycetes)

Further Information

Notes (MWS) A large form genus of anamorphic obligate plant necrotrophs which cause pale brown, grey or whitish leaf-spots on living leaves. Under a hand lens, white bunches of conidiophores can be seen emerging through the stomata, usually on the lower leaf surface. Under the microscope, the hyaline, cylindric conidia have prominent attachment scars, and in some species, one or more septa.

Ramularia anamorphs are host specific on a wide range of mostly herbaceous plants.

The teleomorphs, where known, are Mycosphaerella spp.
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