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Rhytismatales (Hypoderma?) on Apiaceae in the Algarve (Portugal)
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 15-02-2016 03:36
Lothar Krieglsteiner

... found in the reserve "Rocha da Pena" - on old Apiaceae stems.


The plants did not flower and I don`t know the species. There was no strong smell (no fennel smell or such).


The spores measure about 27-30/3,5-4 µm.


I have no literature on Rhytismatales with me so I cannot compare.


Regards from Lothar


 

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Joey JTan, 15-02-2016 04:38
Re : Rhytismatales (Hypoderma?) on Apiaceae in the Algarve (Portugal)
A Hypoderma sp., I'm not sure which.  It's a tough genus and what is considered Hypoderma rubi is often something else.  There was a species recently described on Ferula, Hypoderma siculum, that is similar, but it could be difficult to get a confident identification in this genus.
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 15-02-2016 09:22
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : Rhytismatales (Hypoderma?) on Apiaceae in the Algarve (Portugal)

Dear Joey,


thank you very much. I will call my specimen Hypoderma cf. siculum for the present. I know that it is a difficult genus (which genus is easy?).


Best regards from Lothar