Invasive Species Compendium

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Abstract

Incidence of rare microfungi observed in the Budatétény and Cinkota areas of Budapest.

Abstract

During investigations of fungal flora in Budapest, Hungary, some new fungal species and new host plant species were identified, including Aecidium ranunculacearum on Ranunculus arvensis and R. auricomus; Dictyosporium elegans and Lophiostoma vagabundum on dead stems of Iris sibirica; Entyloma gaillardianum on Gaillardia aristata; Erysiphe cichoracearum on Gazania splendens [G. rigens]; Macrophomina phaseolina on Conium maculatum; Oidium euphorbiae on Euphorbia helioscopia; Peronospora statices on Limonium gmelini subsp. hungaricum and L. latifolium; Phomopsis lactucae and Phomopsis oenotherae on dead stems of Lactuca seriola and Oenothera erythrosepala, respectively; Plasmopara halstedii on G. rigens; Puccinia arenariae on Melandrium album [Silene pratensis] and Myosoton aquaticum; Puccinia conii on Conium maculatum; Sclerotinia sclerotiorum on Alcea rosea, Conium maculatum and G. rigens; Melanospora zamiae, Trichurus spiralis and Verticillium tenerum on Euphorbia marginata.