The Genus Cumminsiella

@article{Baxter1957TheGC,
  title={The Genus Cumminsiella},
  author={John W. Baxter},
  journal={Mycologia},
  year={1957},
  volume={49},
  pages={864-873}
}
The genus Cumminsiella was established by Arthur (1) to segregate from the genus Uropyxis those species having subepidermal spermagonia and aecidioid aecia. The species transferred by Arthur were Uropyxis texana (Holw. & Long) Arth., Uropyxis wootoniana Arth. and Uropyxis sanguinea Arth., the last-named rust being chosen as the type of the new genus. Subsequent to Arthur's publication a new species of Cumminsiella was described by Cummins (2). In the present paper two additional species are… 
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