Endophyllum euphorbiae-sylvaticae (DC.) G. Winter, (wood spurge rust)


1 May 2010 at OSGR: SY67 in Dorset, England

Record SummaryPycnia on Wood Spurge
Found asPycnia (0)
Date1 May 2010
Associated organismEuphorbia amygdaloides
OS grid refOSGR: SY67
Lat/Lon50° 30' N, 2° 30' W
Vice CountyDorset, VC no: 9
CountryEngland
Voucher1 May 2010[A]
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Notes: Sweet smelling pycnia on pale, erect, slightly etiolated, curled leaves.

Pycnia amphigenous with bundle of orange paraphyses protruding through the ostiole, sometimes with droplets.

Pycniospores: hyaline, thin-walled, drop-shaped, 3-4/2µm.

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