Rust in Plumeria spp. (Apocynaceae) in the State of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil.

Cassia de Carvalho, Camila Soares Rosa Lemes, José Carlos Sorgato, Walber Luiz Gavassoni, Lilian Maria Arruda Bacchi, Lucia Mayumi Hirata


Frangipani (Plumeria spp.) is a plant widely used in urban ornamentation, due to its hardiness, easy handling and exuberance of its flowers. Plumeria spp. Leaves were collected in Dourados, MS, Brazil, with typical symptoms and signs of the presence of rust: powdery yellowish uredinias in the abaxial and chlorotic and necrotic spots on the adaxial surface of the leaves, sometimes resulting in leaf abscission. The present study aims to record the occurrence of the disease in the State of Mato Grosso do Sul. Microscopic observations and measurements of uredinospores and teliospores confirmed that the fungus infecting plants was Coleosporium plumeriae.


Coleosporium plumeriae, Frangipani.


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