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Bibulocystis pulcherrima J. Walker, Beilharz, Pascoe & Priest

Description
Telia on both leaf surfaces, subepidermal, erumpent, linear or dome-shaped, 0.5‒1 mm, reddish brown, with a peridium.

Teliospores irregular, apex acuminate, 4 celled, plus 2 hygroscopic cysts, reddish brown, 28‒34 × 25‒37 µm; wall 1.5‒2.0 µm thick, smooth, with a persistent pedicel, 80 µm long.

Hosts
Host family: Fabaceae
Host species: Daviesia latifolia

Distribution
QLD

Comments
Bibulocystis pulcherrima is one of two species of Bibulocystis endemic in Australia. Walker et al. (2006) placed Bibulocystis in the Raveneliaceae based on the shape of the spermogonia and the teliospores composed of fused fertile cells subtended by hygroscopic cysts.

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Bibulocystis pulcherrima on Daviesia latifolia - BRIP 58450.
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Telia of Bibulocystis pulcherrima on Daviesia latifolia - BRIP 58450.
Scale bar = 1 cm.
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Teliospores of Bibulocystis pulcherrima on Daviesia latifolia - BRIP 58450.
Scale bar = 10 µm.