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Phragmidium mucronatum

Phragmidium mucronatum
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Fungi
Phylum: Basidiomycota
Class: Urediniomycetes
Subclass: Incertae sedis
Order: Uredinales
Family: Phragmidiaceae
Genus: Phragmidium
Species: P. mucronatum
Binomial name
Phragmidium mucronatum
(Pers.) Schltdl., (1824)
Synonyms

Aregma disciflora Arthur, (1899)
Aregma mucronatum (Pers.) Fr., (1832)
Ascophora disciflora Tode, (1790)
Coleosporium miniatum Bonord., (1860)
Coleosporium pingue Lév., (1847)
Lecythea rosae Lév., (1847)
Lycoperdon subcorticium Schrank, (1793)
Phragmidium bullatum Westend., (1863)
Phragmidium disciflorum (Tode) J. James, (1895)
Phragmidium rosae (Barclay) Tranzschel, (1914)
Phragmidium rosae (Pers.) Rostr., (1902)
Phragmidium rosarum Fuckel, (1870)
Phragmidium subcorticium (Schrank) G. Winter, (1882)
Puccinia mucronata Pers., (1794)
Puccinia mucronata a rosae Pers., (1794)
Puccinia rosae Barclay, (1889)
Teloconia rosae (Barclay) Syd., (1921)
Trolliomyces rosae (Barclay) Ulbr., (1938)
Uredo aurea Purton, (1821)
Uredo effusa sensu auct.; (2005)
Uromyces ulmariae sensu auct. p.p.; (2005)

Phragmidium mucronatum is a plant pathogen that causes rose rust.

External links

  • Index Fungorum
  • USDA ARS Fungal Database


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