Uredo rhagodiae Cooke & Massee
Uredinia on lower leaf surface, subepidermal, erumpent, round or ellipsoidal, up to 2.5 mm, yellowish brown to reddish brown.
Urediniospores globose, subglobose, ellipsoidal or obovoid, yellowish brown, 21‒28 × 19‒23 µm; wall 2‒3 µm thick, echinulate, with 4‒8 scattered germ pores.
Uredo rhagodiae was described on Rhagodia billardieri (=Chenopodium baccatum) from Australia by Cooke and Massee (in Cooke 1887). Uredo rhagodiae is one of seven species of rust that occur on host plant species in the Chenopodiaceae in Australia. The other are P. arthrocnemi, P. bassiae, P. dielsiana, P. kochiae, P. sclerolaenae and Uromyces salsolae.