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Description:Ramularia lamii Fuckel, Jahrb. Nass. Ver. Naturk. 23-24: 361 "1869" (1870) emend. U. Braun Fig. 446
var. lamii
Syn.: º Ovularia lamii (Fuckel) Sacc., Syll. Fung. IV: 144 (1886).
= Ramularia leonuri Sorokin, Tr. Obš_. Estestv. pri Kazansk. Univ. 2: 30 (1872) [neotype: on Leonurus cardiaca L., Russia, Prov. Jaroslavl, Berdi_ino, 22-8-1909, Serebrianikov, Mycoth. Ross. 48 (LE 200619)]. º R. sorokinii Sacc. & Syd., in Sacc., Syll. Fung. XIV: 1065 (1899), nom. superfl.!
= Fusidium stachydis Pass., in Thüm., Mycoth. univ. 1565 (1880) and Flora 64: 298 (1881) [lectotype: on Stachys annua L., Italy, Parma, 1878, Passerini, Thüm., Mycoth. univ. 1565 (HAL); isolectotypes: Thüm., Mycoth. univ. 1565]. º Ramularia stachydis (Pass.) C. Massal., Atti Acc. d'Agric. Art. Comm. Verona, 3 Ser., 45: 113 (1889). º Cylindrospora stachydis (Pass.) J. Schröt., in Cohn, Krypt.-Fl. Schles., Pilze II: 491, Breslau 1897.
= Ramularia menthae Sacc., Fungi ital. del., Tab. 991 (1881) and Michelia 2: 549 (1882), non R. menthae Thüm., 1880 [holotype: on Mentha longifolia (L.) Huds., Italy, Selva, herb. Saccardo (PAD)]. º R. menthicola Sacc., Syll. Fung. IV: 213 (1886).
= R. leonuri Sacc. & Penz., Michelia 2: 638 (1882), homonym! [holotype: on Leonurus cardiaca L., France, Rouen, Letendre, herb. Saccardo (PAD)].
= R. lamiicola C. Massal., Bot. Centralbl. XLII: 386 (1890) [holotype: on Lamium album L., Italy, Calavena, Tregnago, Verona, Oct. 1889, C. Massalongo (VER)].
= ? R. brunellae Briard & Hariot, Rev. Mycol. 13: 17 (1891), homonym! [type: on Prunella vulgaris L., France, Dep. Aube, Pont-sur-Seine, Hariot (not seen!)], non R. brunellae Ellis & Everh., 1889.
= R. stachydis-alpinae Allesch., Ber. bot. Ver. Landshut 12: 104 (1892) [holotype: on Stachys alpina L., Germany, Bavaria, Oberammergau, Graswangthal, VIII. 1892, Allescher (M)].
= R. exilis Syd. & P. Syd., Annls mycol. 3: 186 (1905) [holotype: on Galeobdolon luteum Huds., Germany, Eisenach, Annathal, X. 1904, Neger (S)].
= R. lycopi Hollós, Ann. Mus. Nat. Hung. 5: 467 (1907) [type: on Lycopus europaeus L., Hungary, Keczkemét (not seen!)].
= R. variata Davis, Trans. Wis. Acad. Sci. Art. Lett. 19(2): 688 (1919) [lectotype: on Monarda fistulosa L., USA, Wisconsin, Crawford Co., Lynxville, 3-9-1915, Davis (WIS); isolectotypes: BPI and F. Wis. Exs. 62].
= R. salviae Bondartsev, Mat. mikol. Obsled. Ross. 5: 8 (1922) [lectotype: on Salvia verticillata L., Russia, Koro_i, Kurskaja Gub., 2-8-1915, Bondartsev (LE 42013)].
= R. salviae Hollós, Math. Term. Közlem. Mag. Tud. Akad. 35: 51 (1926), homonym! [type: on Salvia verticillata L., Hungary (not seen!)].
= R. salviicola (sub "salviaecola") Lobik, Bolez. Rast. 17: 192 (1928), non R. salviicola Tharp, 1917 [holotype: on Salvia verticillata L., Russia, Terskaja Gub., Pjatigorskij uezd, 12-8-1925, Lobik (LE 42009)].
= R. stachydis-germanicae Moesz, Ann. Mus. Nat. Hung. 33: 122 (1940) [holotype: on Stachys germanica L., Hungary, Szentk˼t, Matraverebely, 18-8-1938, Moesz (BP)].
= R. anatolica Bremer & Petr., Sydowia 1: 258 (1947) [holotype: on Wiedemannia orientalis Fisch. & C. A. Mey., Turkey, Ankara, 20-4-1944, Bremer (W, Acqu. 1973, No. 15536)].
= R. agastaches Sawada, Bull. Govt. For. Exp. Stat., Tokyo 105: 85 (1958) [type: on Agastache rugosa (Fisch. & C. A. Mey.) O. Kuntze, Japan, Tohoku district, 15-10-1947 (not seen!)].
= R. stachydis-palustris Pospelov, in Golovina, Dokl. Akad. Nauk Uzbek. SSR 2: 54 (1960) [holotype: on Stachys palustris L., Kirghizia, Frunze, 28-5-1946, Pospelov (FRU)].
= R. stachyopsidis Vasjagina, in Švarcman et al., Fl. spor. Rast. Kazakhstana, 8. Fungi imperfecti (Deuteromycetes), 1. Moniliales: 425, Alma-Ata 1973 [holotype: on Stachyopsis oblongata (Schrenk) M. Pop. & Vved., Kazakhstan, _imkentskaja Obl., Tallasskij Alatau, Aksu-D_abagly, 14-7-1968, Vasjagina (AA)].
Lit.: Saccardo (1892: 559-560; 1895: 605; 1906: 554; 1913: 1325; 1931: 732), Lindroth (1902: 35), Magnus (1905: 547), Lindau (1907: 252, 490-493; 1910: 773), Ferraris (1910: 711, 824-825), Ja_evskij (1917: 223, 280, 794), Gonzáles Fragoso (1927: 122), Vasil'evskij & Karakulin (1937: 30, 108-111), Vimba (1970: 114, 116), Moro_kovs'kij et al. (1971: 119, 125, 132, 134), Švarcman et al. (1973: 82, 423, 426, 428), Osipjan (1975: 317-318, 321-322), Brandenburger (1985: 532-533, 541, 543), Ellis & Ellis (1985: 377, 429), Sagdullaeva et al. (1989: 212, 213), Negrean & Vanev (1991: 25).
Ill.: Fuckel (l.c.: Pl. 1, Fig. 25, R. lamii), Sacc., Fungi ital. del., Tab. 991 (1881), Massalongo (l.c.: Pl. IV, Fig. 27, R. stachydis), Lobik (1928: Pl. 9, Fig. 93), Golovina (l.c.: 234, Fig. 1, R. origani), Vimba (1970: 115, Fig. 29), Švarcman et al. (1973: 425, Fig. 100), Ellis & Ellis (1985: Pl. 149, Fig. 1547; Pl. 151, Fig. 1576; Pl. 161, Fig. 1677), Braun (1991a: 298, Pl. 2, Fig. 13).
Exs.: Allesch. & Schn., F. bavar. 391, 392. Calif. F. 709. Cooke, F. Brit. exs. 348. F. latv. exs. 98. F. Wis. Exs. 62. Fuckel, F. rhen. 136. Herb. Mycol. Rom. 631. Kab. & Bub., F. imp. exs. 335, 590. Mycoth. Ross. 48. Petr., Fl. Bohem. Morav. exs. 829, 899, 1304, 1306. Petr., Mycoth. gen. 33, 761, 1253, 1270. Roum., F. sel. exs. 4193, 4798. Solh., Mycofl. Saximont. exs. 398, 1179. Syd., Mycoth. germ. 443, 737, 1042, 1289, 2023, 2790. Syd., Mycoth. march. 889, 2457, 2478. Thüm., Mycoth. univ. 1565. Vestergr., Micromyc. rar. sel. 248, 1347. Vill, F. bavar. 879, 881, 992.
Leaf spots amphigenous, almost inconspicuous, diffuse or subcircular to mostly angular-irregular, often vein-limited, sometimes oblong, (0.5-)1-10(-15) mm diam., at first pale greenish, yellowish-ochraceous, pale brownish or reddish, later pale to dark brown, greyish brown, occasionally dull greyish or greyish white, often confluent, sometimes large leaf segments or almost entire leaves discoloured, necrotic, margin indefinite, with a darker marginal line or narrow, rarely wide, dull brown, dark brown, rarely purplish violet or reddish border, sometimes with a diffuse yellowish halo. Caespituli amphigenous, punctiform to subeffuse, greyish white, loose to dense. Mycelium immersed; hyphae colourless, septate, sparsely branched, 1-3.5 ?m wide, hyaline, forming small to well-developed stromata, substomatal, rarely intraepidermal, 10-50 ?m diam., colourless or pale, composed of somewhat swollen hyphal cells, 2-6 ?m wide. Conidiophores in small to moderately large fascicles, loose to dense, arising from stromata, emerging through stomata, rarely erumpent, erect, straight, subcylindric to geniculate-sinuous, simple, rarely branched, (5-)10-60(-105) x (1.5-)2-5(-6) ?m, 0-3-septate, hyaline, smooth; conidial scars somewhat thickened and darkened. Conidia catenate, often in branched chains, ellipsoid-ovoid, subcylindric-fusiform, (5-)10-35(-55) x (1.5-)2-6(-7) ?m, 0-1(-3)-septate, hyaline, almost smooth to verruculose, ends obtuse, rounded to somewhat attenuated, obconically truncate; hila somewhat thickened and darkened.
Lectotypus: on Lamium album L., Germany, Fuckel, Fungi rhen. 136 (HAL). Isolectotypi: Fuckel, F. rhen. 136.
Host range and distribution: on hosts of various genera (Lamiaceae, Lamioideae), Asia, Caucasus, Europe, N. Africa, N. America - Agastache rugosa (Fisch. & C. A. Mey.) O. Kuntze (Asia, Japan), Betonica sp. (Europe, A), Galeobdolon luteum Huds. (Europe, D, DK, F, GB, GR, PL, RO), Galeopsis bifida Boenn. (Europe, PL), G. speciosa Mill. (Europe, PL), G. spp. (Europe, CZ, D), Lamium album L. (Central Asia, Kazakhstan; Caucasus, Armenia, Georgia, Kabardino-Balkaria; Europe, A, CZ, D, DK, EW, GB, F, I, LT, LV, NL, PL, RO, RUS, S, SF), L. amplexicaule L. (Caucasus, Georgia; Europe, B), L. amplexicaule x purpureum (Europe, DK), L. garganicum L. (Europe, BG), L. flexuosum Ten. (N. Africa, Morocco), L. hybridum Vill. (Europe, DK), L. maculatum (L.) L. (Europe, A, D, I, RO, SF), L. spp. (Europe, BG, H, Ukr.), Leonurus cardiaca L. (Asia, Siberia, Iran; Caucasus, Armenia; Europe, BG, CZ, D, F, H, LT, PL, RO, RUS, Ukr.), L. glaucescens Bunge (Central Asia, Kazakhstan), L. marrubiastrum L. (Europe, RO, Ukr.), L. quinquelobatus Gilib. (Caucasus, Armenia, Georgia, Kabardino-Balkaria; Europe, EW, LT, LV, RUS), L. sibiricus L. (Asia, China), L. turcestanicus V. Krecz. & Kupr. (Central Asia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan; Caucasus, Azerbaijan), L. spp. (Asia, Japan, Kirghizia), Lycopus asper Greene (N. America, USA, UT), L. europaeus L. (Europe, E, H), L. sp. (Asia, Far East of RUS), Mentha aquatica L. (Europe, A, D, DK, F, GB, IRL, RUS, S), M. arvensis L. [incl. M. canadensis = M. arvensis var. villosa] (Asia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Uzbekistan; Caucasus, Kabardino-Balkaria; Europe, RO, RUS, S; N. America, USA, CA, ID, ME, MT, OR, SD, WA, WI, WY), M. asiatica Boiss. (Central Asia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan), M. longifolia (L.) Huds. (Asia, Iraq, Kirghizia, Uzbekistan; Caucasus, Armenia; Europe, A, BG, D, DK, F, H, I, RO), M. longifolia ssp. incana Willd. (Europe, RO), M. x piperita L. (Europe, LV, RUS, Moldova, Ukr.), M. spicata L. (Europe, D, DK), M. suaveolens Ehrh. (Europe, F), M. x verticillata L. (Europe, PL), M. viridis L. (Europe, BG), M. spp. (Central Asia, Kirghizia, Turkmenistan, Tadzhikistan; Caucasus, Georgia; Europe, BG, E, Moldova, Ukr.), Monarda fistulosa L. (N. America, USA, WI), ? Prunella vulgaris L. (Europe, F), Salvia deserta Schang. (Central Asia, Kazakhstan), S. glutinosa L. (Caucasus, Armenia), S. pratensis L. (Europe, F, RO), S. sclarea L. (Central Asia, Uzbekistan; Europe, Moldova), S. tesquicola Klok. & Pobed. (Caucasus, Azerbaijan), S. verticillata L. (Caucasus, Georgia, Kabardino-Balkaria; Europe, H, RUS, Ukr.), S. spp. (Central Asia, Uzbekistan; Caucasus, Azerbaijan), Stachyopsis oblonga (Schrenk) M. Pop. & Vved. (Central Asia, Kazakhstan), Stachys alpina L. (Europe, A, D, F, PL, RO), S. anisochila Vis. & Pan_. (Europe, BG), S. annua L. (Caucasus, Azerbaijan, Kabardino-Balkaria; Europe, BG, D, F, H, I, RO, RUS, Ukr.), S. betoniciflora Rupr. (Central Asia, Uzbekistan), S. ciliata Dougl. ex Benth. (N. America, USA, OR), S. germanica L. (Europe, H), S. iberica Bieb. (Caucasus, Armenia), S. leucoglossa Griseb. (Europe, BG), S. maritima Govan (Europe, F), S. mexicana Benth. (N. America, USA, OR), S. patula Griseb. (Europe, RO), S. pubescens Ten. (Caucasus, Armenia), S. recta L. (Europe, A, D, F, PL, RO, RUS, TR, Ukr.), S. sylvatica L. (Europe, RO), S. spp. (Asia, Japan; Caucasus, Georgia; Europe, H, Ukr.), Wiedemannia orientalis Fisch. & C. A. Mey. (Europe, TR).
 
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