Septoria scabiosicola Desm.
(a leaf-spot fungus)

Taxonomic hierarchy:
Anamorphic SpeciesSeptoria scabiosicola (a leaf-spot fungus)
Form genusSeptoria (a form genus of coelomycetous leaf-spot fungi)
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 Septoria scabiosicola (a leaf-spot fungus) :
1: Septoria scabiosicola (a leaf-spot fungus)
21 Aug 2005 OSGR: NH90 57° 10' N, 3° 40' W Vice County: East Inverness-shire (VC 96) Scotland
infection spots on leaves of Devils-bit Scabious
Image 1: Infected leaves - uppersidesImage 2: Infected leaves - undersidesImage 3: Infected leaf - upperside - close-up - enlargedImage 4: Infected leaf - upperside - close-up - enlarged (2)Image 5: Infected leaf - underside - close-up - enlargedImage 6: Infected leaf - underside - close-up - enlarged (2)Image 7: Conidia - magnifiedImage 8: Conidia - magnified (2)Image 9: Conidia - magnified (3)Image 10: Conidia - magnified (4)Image 11: Conidia - highly magnifiedImage 12: Conidia - highly magnified (2)Image 13: Conidia - highly magnified (3)Image 14: Conidium - highly magnifiedImage 15: Conidium - highly magnified (2)Image 16: Conidium - part - highly magnifiedImage 17: Conidium - part - highly magnified (2)

Septoria scabiosicola (a leaf-spot fungus) may be covered by identification literature listed under the following higher taxa:

BioInfoBioInfo ( has 2 host/parasite/foodplant and/or other relationships for Septoria scabiosicola (a leaf-spot fungus)
A coelomycete that causes purple spots with white centres on living leaves of Devil's Bit (Succisa pratensis) and Field Scabious (Knautia arvensis). It is very common.
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