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Nyssopsora citriobati Syd.

Description
Telia on both leaf surfaces, erumpent, dome-shaped, up to 400 µm, sometimes confluent, black, peridium present.

Teliospores irregular, 3 celled, with one germ pore in each cell, reddish brown, 29‒38 × 27‒31 µm; wall 1.5‒3 µm thick, 4.5‒7 µm thick at septa, tuberculate, with 6‒11 µm irregular, nail-like projections, pedicel persistent, up to 48 µm.

Hosts
Host family: Pittosporaceae
Host species: Citriobatus lancifolius

Distribution
QLD

Comments
Nyssopsora citriobati was described from Australia by Sydow (1938). Nyssopsora is currently treated as a member of the Raveneliaceae (Cummins and Hiratsuka 2003).

Highslide JS
Nyssopsora citriobati on Citriobatus lancifolius - BRIP 30534.
Scale bar = 5 mm.
Highslide JS
Teliospores of Nyssopsora citriobati on Citriobatus lancifolius - BRIP 30534.
Scale bar = 10 µm.