Materials for the rust flora of Japan VI
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Ten rust species are reported with new information on range of distribution and host relations. Among these,Puccinia fagopyricola andUromyces junci were new to Japan, andAecidium araliae was newly found in northern Honshu. Additional collections were made ofBlastospora smilacis, Puccinia malvacearum andP. orbicula in northern Honshu. New hosts were added toColeosporium solidaginis, C. tussilaginis, Phragmidium miyakeanum andPuccinia caricis, and a new Japanese host toPuccinia malvacearum.
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