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Dicaeoma angustatum (Peck) Kuntze, Rev. Gen. 3^: 467
Puccinia angustata Peck, Bull, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci. 1: 67. 1873. Aecidium Lycopi W. Gerard; Peck, Bull. Buffalo Soc, Nat. Sci. 1: 68. 1873.
Pycnia epiphyllous, few, gregarious, usualiy in small groups 1-2 mm. across, not conspicuous, honey-yellow becoming reddish-brown, somewhat flattened-globoid, 95-115/* in diameter by 85-95 m high; ostiolar filaments usually compact, 30-40 n long.
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- Joseph Charles Arthur, Fred. Denton Fromme, Frank Dunn Kern. 1920. (UREDINALES); AECIDIACEAE (continuatio); DICAEOMA ON POACEAE (continuatio), DICAEOMA ON CAREX. North American flora. vol 7(5). New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY
Puccinia angustata: Brief Summary
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Puccinia angustata is a plant pathogen that causes rust on plants in the genus Monarda. It was first described scientifically in 1873 by American mycologist Charles Horton Peck, who found it growing on the leaves on the sedges Scirpus sylvaticum and S. eriophorum.
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