Uredo rangelii, a taxon in the guava rust complex, newly recorded on Myrtaceae in Australia

@article{Carnegie2011UredoRA,
  title={Uredo rangelii, a taxon in the guava rust complex, newly recorded on Myrtaceae in Australia},
  author={Angus J. Carnegie and Jonathan R. Lidbetter and John Walker and Martin A Horwood and L. T. Tesoriero and Morag Glen and Michael J. Priest},
  journal={Australasian Plant Pathology},
  year={2011},
  volume={39},
  pages={463-466}
}
Uredo rangelii (myrtle rust) is reported for the first time in Australia — detected on 22 April 2010 &#x2014 from Agonis flexuosa, Callistemon viminalis and Syncarpia glomulifera. This taxon is morphologically distinct from Puccinia psidii, the cause of guava rust, but DNA sequence data place it in the P. psidii complex. Surveys up to the end of May 2010 have detected U. rangelii on cultivated shrubs and trees at four properties (two cut flower farms and two wholesale nurseries) on the… CONTINUE READING
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