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cooperj

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April 26, 2019

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April 26, 2019

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Rust of Austroderia infected by a Sphaerllopsis parasite. The black dots inside the rust lesions on the leaf

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April 26, 2019

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cooperj

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April 26, 2019

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the brown lesion

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April 26, 2019

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April 26, 2019

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April 26, 2019

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Sonchus Rust Miyagia pseudosphaeria

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April 26, 2019

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Groundsel Crown Rust Puccinia lagenophorae

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April 26, 2019

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April 26, 2019

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cooperj

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April 26, 2019

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the black dots on the brown lesion

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April 26, 2019

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cooperj

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April 26, 2019

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on dead herbaceous stem, probably Solanum

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cooperj

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June 5, 2016

Description

Rickenella sp. 'Totaranui'.

Like many/most adopted overseas names the use of the name Rickenella fibula in New Zealand is suspect.

The current sequence data indicate we have a number of species with none directly equivalent to the northern hemisphere (European) version of Rickenella fibula, not even those from urban environments where one might expect it to be present as an introduction. The taxon represented in this record has often been called R. fibula (R. mellea aff. by Egon Horak) is in fact unrelated to northern hemisphere Rickenella species and close to another undescribed species tagged 'Mt Hutt' which one would easily mistake for an Omphalina. We do have a species that is closer phylogenetically to the real R. fibula, is found in urban environments, and does tend to have the brighter orange colours associated with the real R. fibula. However, as can be seen in the phylogenetic tree linked to this record, it is more closely related to a recently described species called R. indica.

The undescribed NZ species are relatively easy to separate using microscopy, but without that data R. fibula look-alikes can only reliably be assigned to genus.

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cooperj

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February 3, 2019

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run out of random guesses

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February 3, 2019

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random guess

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Narrow-leaved Snow Tussock Chionochloa rigida

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cooperj

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February 3, 2019

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Mountain Snowberry Gaultheria depressa var. novae-zealandiae

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February 3, 2019

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February 3, 2019

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Riceflowers Genus Pimelea

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February 3, 2019

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February 3, 2019

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Feathery Tutu Coriaria plumosa

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cooperj

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February 3, 2019

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I'm guessing C. plumosa.
Interestingly it has a gall on the upper leaves also present on adjacent large leaved Coriaria

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cooperj

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February 3, 2019

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February 3, 2019

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Carpet Heath Pentachondra pumila

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cooperj

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February 3, 2019

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February 3, 2019

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February 3, 2019

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cooperj

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February 3, 2019

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just a guess

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Scree Lobelia Lobelia roughii

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cooperj

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February 3, 2019

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cooperj

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February 3, 2019

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He's considering the options for rounding-up this sheep.

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