Entyloma serotinum J. Schröt.

Synonyms

Entyloma boraginis Cif.

Description

Sori in leaves, visible as small subcircular yellowish white to yellowish brown spots 1–4 mm diam.

Spores globose, subglobose to ovoid, 11–15 × 10–13 µm, subhyaline to light yellowish brown; wall smooth, uniformly c. 0.8–1.5 µm thick.

Anamorph: Entylomella boraginis (Sacc.) H. Scholz & I. Scholz (= Entylomella serotina Höhn.), often present.

Hosts
   
Host family: Boraginaceae
   
Host species: Amsinckia intermedia Fisch. & C.A.Mey

Distribution

States & Territories: NSW

Comments

Occurs on Amsinckia intermedia (Boraginaceae) in NSW; also on Borago, Symphytum, Lappula and Mertensia spp. in New Zealand, Europe, Africa, Asia and North America.