The rusts of Australia, their structure, nature, and classification

Image of <i>Puccinia malvacearum</i> Bertero ex Mont. 1852


Identifier: rustsofaustralia00mcal (find matches)
Title: The rusts of Australia, their structure, nature, and classification
Year: 1906 (1900s)
Authors: McAlpine, Daniel, 1848-1932
Subjects: Uredineae
Publisher: Melbourne, Brain
Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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R. S.BrojMs GovtPrtnUr. CCBrtideboAkJil D2feAlfii/ie.DirerU, CHRYSANTHEMUM, MARIGOLD, VIOLET, AND DAISY RUSTS. 232 Explanation of Plates. PLATE F. (All Figures nat. size.) PUCCINIA LAGENOPHORAE ON LAGENOPHORA BILLARDIERI. Fig. 27. Aecidia and teleutosori on both surfaces of leaves. PUCCINIA MALVACEARUM on LAVATERA PLEBEIA. 2S. Teleutosori on under surface of leaf and on leaf-stalk. PUCCINIA MORRISONI ON PELARGONIUM AUSTRALE.29. Aecidia, uredo, and teleutosori on under surface of leaf, and teleutosori on stem. PLATE F
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CCBrittUianh,I)d D McMpine,,Dvrexvb. R.SBrouji_GovtPnnter. LAGENOPHORA, MALLOW, AND PELARGONIUM RUSTS. 234 Explanation of Plates. PLATE G. (All Figures nat. size.)UKOMYCES CARYOPHYLLINUS ON CARNATION (Dianthus caryophyllus). Fig. 30. Uredosori on upper surface of leaf. 31. Teleutosori on both surfaces. UROMYCES TRIFOLII on WHITE CLOVER (Trifolium repens). 32. Aecidia, uredo, and teleutosori on leaf. UROMYCES VESICULOSUS on ZYGOPHYLLUM GLAUCESCENS. 33. Uredo and teleutosori on both surfaces ot leaves and on stems. UFOMYCES HARDENBKRGIAE on HARDENBERGIA MONOFHYLLA. 34. Uredosori on under surface of leaf. PLATE G

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