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Coleosporium madiae Cooke, Grevillea 7 : 102. 1879
Stichopsora Madiae Sydow, Ann. Myc. 2 : 30. 1904.
O and I. Pycnia and aecia unknown.
Uredinia hypophyllous, scattered or somewhat gregarious, 0.5-1 mm. across, eariy naked, bright orange-yellow fading to white, ruptured epidermis noticeable ; urediniospores ellipsoid or globoid, 18-29 by 26-38 fi ; wall medium thick, 2-4 fi, thicker on one side, 4-7 fi } densely and coarsely verrucose with elongate and somewhat deciduous papillae.
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Joseph Charles Arthur. 1907. UREDINALES; COLEOSPORIACEAE, UREDINACEAE, AECIDIACEAE (pars). North American flora. vol 7(2). New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY
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Coleosporium madiae is a plant pathogen.

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