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I wasn’t even sure it was a fungus until I got home and looked it up. It was on some kind of wild rose, pretty rampant throughout the campgrounds at Pinnacles.
I don’t think there is much hope to identify this without microscopy, I understand even the experts can’t identify most Phragmidium on roses…
If you collect it, wait for it to go black with telia…
And is this an ornamental or wild rose?
Created: 2013-04-04 13:18:02 CDT (-0500)
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