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FungusUromycladium sp.

A gall forming rust fungus at Red Hill Nature Reserve

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Uromycladium sp. at Red Hill Nature Reserve - 31 Dec 2018
Uromycladium sp. at Red Hill Nature Reserve - 31 Dec 2018
Uromycladium sp. at Red Hill Nature Reserve - 31 Dec 2018
Uromycladium sp. at Red Hill Nature Reserve - 31 Dec 2018

Identification history

Fungus Uromycladium sp. 1 Jan 2019 KenT
Fungus Uromycladium sp. 31 Dec 2018 JackyF

Author's notes

Large distorted growth in small wattle tree, ants rush out to defend it when touched (visible in second and fourth photos)

1 comment

KenT wrote:
   1 Jan 2019
This is likely to be Uromycladium implexae if the tree it is on is Acacia implexa. To identify it to species or species group requires microscopic examination of the spores and how they develop and then modern molecular techniques may be needed to take it to species. Some Uromycladium species infect more than one species of Acacia and some species of Acacia are infected by more than one species of Uromycladium.

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Location

Location information

Species information

  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 1 Abundance
  • 31 Dec 2018 5:01 PM Recorded on
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